Sadie's offers healthy choices amidst its broad menu of Southern cuisine. You have a choice between fried or baked chicken and sides include pork-free collards, squash and onions, sweet carrots, slaw, fries, fried okra, cabbage, pinto beans and more. Entrees like the chicken and dumplings come in large portions.
Traditional, modern and avant-garde Indian dishes featuring and array of spices and flavors.
Delightful frothy tropical fruit shakes and hardy bowls of steaming pho are among the array of delicious items to try from the menu. Chinese buffet at lunch, but Vietnamese menu items are always available.
Lexington-styled barbecue. Pork smoked over a mix of oak and hickory becomes alluringly succulent. Sandwiches, offered both chopped or coarsely chopped, are not sauced heavily: dip is on the table.
Well crafted, competent dishes which range from such typical Mexican staples as burritos, chimichangas, taquitos, enchiladas, quesadillas, and fajitas, to Pollo con Mole and grilled New York strip. Lengthy tequila list, too.
Entrees stand out at this eatery. Curry selections excel, including one with catfish, but the most superb is the peppery red curry: a flavorfall of aroma and taste, spiked with chilies and mellowed with coconut milk.
Standard favorites like unagi and hamachi were quite good, while a spicy tuna roll was, in fact, spicy. In addition to sushi, there is tataki, grilled dishes, and quick items such as cucumber and octopus with miso sauce. For the quality, the prices are very reasonable.
A pub with good food and great beer. The dish sure to hook even the most reserved dining patron is their bellwether fish and chips: a loudly crunching, lusciously succulent white fish. Eschew the tartar sauce for a dash of malted vinegar.
Small Northern Indian spot producing a generous selection of big flavors in well-crafted traditional dishes, but served in a sparse atmosphere.
Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.-10 p.m.
Posh and opulent with 1920s art deco decadence and inviting dark wood, this upscale chain steakhouse is populated by some of Charlotte's best known folk who go for the refined service and fine steaks.
Hummus, kibbeh and shish tawook can be found here. The menu is divided into sandwiches and entrees and offers as many side orders as appetizers. The best dishes are the mezza, the starters: the tabbouleh, the innovative baba ghannoug and the wildly flavorsome stuffed grape leaves.
This upbeat spot offers a balance of conviviality, energy and informality with dishes that are uncomplicated and well-priced. Patio. Delivery available.
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