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The menu has dozens of entree choices, plus the lengthy sushi list, and 21 starter selections. The Dragon roll is brash and great with slashes of fire tempered by sweet eel and avocado while a sly hint of salty roe seduces the crispy soft shell crab on the Spider roll.
Monday-Thursday, 5 p.m.-10 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, 5 p.m.-11 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Charlotte’s classic diner.
Fried green tomatoes, shrimp and grits, chicken and dumplings, and more delicious Southern comfort foods served in an unpretentious joint.
Nothing bespeaks Balkan comfort food like cevapi, a form of minced and grilled meat, and savory hand pies. But most expats come to Euro Grill for the cevapi, minced beef kebabs similar to Lebanese kafta. In addition to the cevapi and pies, the menu offers schnitzel, salads and an eggplant Napoleon. Turkish coffee is offered throughout the day in the café.
Although the all-day menu is vegetarian, the majority of the entree dishes are vegan - and not cold, raw vegan. These are warmly comforting dishes. The Indian Taco exceeds expectations with a puffy bread base layered with bean and squash chili, tomatoes and chopped onions, and smoothed with shredded cheddar.
Hand-tossed New York style pizza with kitschy automobile and gas station memorabilia. Traditional and gourmet style pizzas, calzones, and chicken wings.
What makes this charming eatery such an exceptional place is the combination of Serbian specialties with the dishes demanded by Charlotteans' preference for Italian mainstays.
Jamile's, a Somali restaurant, prepares its goat according to East African tastes. It comes in both soup and suqar. At Jamile's, goat soup precedes every meal and is served in a glass chalice with a wedge of lime on the side. It's very fragrant and light, with a distinctive meaty flavor, though no discernible goat or vegetables float in the broth. It's the perfect dish to rev up your appetite.
Since 1977, the Margiotis family has been serving good-old, straightforward, home-cooked breakfast in Plaza Midwood with their simple menu of eggs, bacon, pancakes and pork chops.
The menu may seem crazy until you realize it's actually more ADD and scattered. Thus, Louisiana Creole and Pad Thai are together with pho and gumbo, lemongrass curry and Southern fried fish. Tacos are a dominant feature on the menu too.
Neighborhood spot with vegan options and comfort foods. Sandwiches and entrées are tweaked with just enough to keep things going. The Carolina burger is a hefty patty tucked into a Portuguese bun and slathered with house-made beef chili, cabbage slaw and mustard — and is cooked to preference.
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