A favorite of many, Azteca offers a lengthy roster of flavorful Mexican dishes.
Restaurant offers mostly Chinese cuisine, but also Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai and Singaporean. Chef. Chen excels at each dish from the pad Thai to the General Tso Chicken or Moo Goo Gai Pan. Lunch specials.
George Fine's Beef n' Bottle Restaurant is famous for steaks, scampi, oysters Rockefeller and baby frog legs.
In the mornings, a full-on English breakfast is offered with sausages, British bacon, baked beans, potatoes and mushrooms. Breakfast is served until 2 p.m. The beer list includes 14 on draft, a few dozen in bottles, and cider, too. The roster also sports a "cottage pie," which is a shepherd's pie, but with beef and other British and American fare.
The menu consists of comfort food items like beef brisket, meatloaf, chicken parmigiana, fried seafood, sandwiches and burgers.
Offers well-spiced dishes at family-styled prices. Signature spices and piri piri sauses are added to chicken, fish and other dishes.
Laid back atmosphere with one of the best patios in Charlotte. Brixx offers a variety of thin crust, brick oven wood-fired pizzas, salads, sandwiches, pastas and appetizers. Not complicated, but consistently good.
The dishes mingle in-season farmers-market fruits with a fancy Continental technique. Krista Duggan makes all of the dough in-house. Cast Iron's toppings include fresh whipped cream, maple butter, Nutella and fresh fruits. One of the more popular waffles features a mix of pureed berries. Another has sliced kiwi, bananas, Nutella and whipped cream.
What counts most here is the friendly service, the piquancy of the superb garlicky chimichurri, and the savory, less-expensive cuts of beef. One of the highlights of the menu is the stellar selection of appetizers. Try the empanadas.
The bilingual menu, with photographs, features dishes from Honduras, El Salvador, Mexico and Nicaragua. But it is the pupusas which are the draw.
Try out this eating spot for wings, pizza and salads. Beer list is long.
The pho at Doan's Vietnamese Restaurant rocks. Here, the cilantro-scented beefy broth (southern Vietnamese style, if it matters to you) bears hints of cinnamon, exotic star anise, ginger, cardamom and black peppercorns. All this is laced with satiny rice noodles and paper-thin slices of steak. The kitchen at Doan's turns out other soups, too: chicken broth with a choice of noodles and proteins; a spicy beef noodle soup in a lemongrass broth; and hot pots.
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