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The restaurant has an upscale, fresh feel with tasty dishes that range from salads, sandwiches and burgers to more stylish entrees like filet mignon, meat loaf and grilled salmon.
Bahn Thai’s kitchen is manned by two Thai chefs. Sirisane notes the similarities between northern Thai and Laotian cuisines and that serving a combination of sushi and Thai represents the “best” of popular Asian cuisines. Since the sushi roster contains the usual suspects, the Thai side of the menu has more appeal. Of the Thai dishes, even the simplest sounding items are full of flavor — a fact that might account for Thai food’s current popularity.
At the helm in the kitchen in the role of executive chef is Mark Hibbs (chef-owner of the now-defunct Ratcliffe on the Green), who is known locally for his culinary adventurousness and passion for great raw material — aka local foods. Try the blue-plate-special star, a densely flavored venison meatloaf enveloped in smoky essence of bacon.
The menu at The Blue Taj is a finely honed roundup of quietly Asian-inspired dishes with a smattering of international dishes or condiments: Irish colcannon on the sides list, chimichurri on a chicken breast. The majority of the dishes, though, are intended to have the semblance of Asian elements without the authenticity or sloppy seconds that too many shops have given us. This is ethnic food 3.0 -- food for outside-the-box thinkers, the so-called "creative class."
Indian dishes are reinvented here. Simple twists reawaken some choices, as featured in the tender lemony grilled lamb with a hint of ginger. Other offerings are "fusion": tandoor lamb chops with mint potatoes and roasted salmon with curried cabbage.
The perfect place for a basket of wings and a cold beer. The sauce list is extensive and sure to please those who stick to the traditional and those who enjoy trying new flavors. Burgers, wraps, and a variety of appetizers are served as well.
Very basic menu serving sandwiches, salads, burgers and wraps. Inexpensive option for a quick lunch.
At this upscale restaurant with an intimate atmosphere you can try distinct dishes from all over the world: India, Japan, France, Peru and more.
The menu offers New York style cheese and pepperoni pizzas for those who like to keep things simple, but Hawthorne’s also has a variety of specialty pies, calzones, and pasta dishes to choose from.
Small, but exceptional Greek Italian contemporary bistro owned by Culinary Institute of America-trained Chefs Stratos Lambos and Angelo Kaltsounis. Exceptional appetizers, wood-grilled entrees, pizzas, and house-made pastries. Opens at 9 am.
J. Sam's offers a small but unique menu, and the restaurant creatively suggests a wine to go with each food choice. The huge wine selection can be ordered by the bottle or glass.
A delightful variety from all over Asia. Includes Korean short ribs, Sichuan chicken, Malaysian flounder, curries, noodle and rice dishes, stir fries and sushi.
A must for hummus fans. Jasmine Grill creates delicious Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food for inexpensive prices.
Menu offers a variety of fresh salads, sandwiches and wraps.
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