Pick up Indian sweets, like bundi ladoo and do some shopping in the grocery section of the store. In addition, chow down on a variety of snacks (chaats) and fast food, including samosas, chicken tikka, curry dishes and vegetarian selections, from a variety of regions in India.
Vegetarians unite here for muffins, veggie burgers, salads, soups, and other fresh, meat-free delights.
Small, bare bones restaurant serving flavorful Ethiopian food.
The best baleada in town can be found here. Las Americas is owned by Colombian native Richard Molina and features dishes from Colombia, Honduras and Mexico - and Venezuela, too (the freshly made arepas).
Located within walking distance of many of the local apartments and neighborhoods, this is the perfect place to grab a quick bite to eat for lunch. The New York-styled decorations and paintings set the scene of the city with quality food. Each slice of meat is prepared in-house (not that pre-packaged stuff) and the bread is from Nova’s right across the street.
Rotisserie chicken that falls off the bone and melts in your mouth. Excellent cornbread. Serving both lunch and dinner 7 days a week, The Roasting Company offers a variety of food including wings, wraps, sandwiches and tacos. Customers are encouraged to come and enjoy the convenient, comfortable and casual dining area along with some great Southern food.
Offering the highest quality of Asian cuisine, owners Andy and Adrian Chen pride themselves on being the Asian cuisine version of Coco Chanel. With food made of the freshest ingredients and a long list of sushi options, you are sure to find something, if not more, that strikes your fancy.
Serves sushi in energetic settings, but keeps around other popular Asian dishes.
From Atlanta comes this high spirited, high volume, reasonably priced (for sushi) restaurant.
The menu at this family-style restaurant offers a variety of authentic Southern dishes.
Choose from 32 different grinders or northern style pizza. The bread for the sandwiches and the dough for the pizza are made from scratch at the store throughout the day.
The roster includes tacos, burritos, fajitas, salads — the usual suspects. But these are not your abuela’s tacos. Sure there’s a tasty rendition of a pork carnita paired with crisp chicharrónes and a piquant slaw, but chef Andy Caswell does a jazzy riff on a Korean-styled skirt steak taco, and the fried oyster taco is slathered with a creamy horseradish sauce with a pickled jalapeno float. Tacos are cheap: either $3.50 or $4. What more can you say about tacos than one is a snack, three is a meal.
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