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Vegan Tofu, London: ‘Bring the Big Hitters’ – Restaurant Review | Food

[ad_1] Vegan Tofu, 105 Upper Street, London N1 1QN (020 7916 3304). Starters and dim sum £ 5.50-£ 8.50, large plates £ 7.90-£ 14.80, desserts £ 4.80, wines from £ 18.50 About a dozen years ago, an editor invited me to go vegan for two weeks, so I could get back to the boisterous frontline […]

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Restaurant Review: Aroma – Columbus Underground

[ad_1] This summer, Aroma debuted on Lynn Street in the spot that used to be Si Señor (!). Prior to this, the space housed Deli in the Alley. Unlike its predecessors, Aroma isn’t focused on deli meats or south of the border, genres that are both familiar and popular for the downtown crowd. And while […]

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Pittsburgh Restaurant Review: Fig & Ash is a New Classic

[ad_1] DOUBLE CUT PORK RIB WITH PICKLED PINEAPPLE CHUTNEY II fell in love with Fig & Ash’s double cut pork chop. It is soaked in a brine enriched with apple cider vinegar, paprika, thyme, cinnamon, garlic and cloves before being cooked in the wood-fired fireplace at North Side Restaurant. The moment the chop is removed […]

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Restaurant review: Soothr in the East Village

[ad_1] It was a sweltering August afternoon when I first arrived at Soothr, and I wish I had visited several months earlier. Thai noodle soups are the restaurant’s specialty, and while summers in New York City aren’t kind to anyone, they’re especially harsh if you like noodle soups. When the city boils in the ’90s […]

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Restaurant review: Restaurant Bec aux Alpilles

[ad_1] The enchanting setting of Restaurant Bec au Paradou © BEC Unless you know something about the couple who created this delicious restaurant at Paradou, one of the prettiest and most beloved villages in the Alpilles, it may be an unlikely surprise to find such mundane and spiritual cuisine in an old town. stone inn […]

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Iris: restaurant review in New York

[ad_1] An Aegean themed feast in Iris. Photo: DeSean McClinton-Holland In this perilous and stormy time, when cooks and their restaurants are washed by waves and swept off the coast, it helps to be an adaptable jack-of-all-trades. Over the course of his long and varied career, John Fraser worked in large kitchens (the French Laundry […]

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The Pigs, Norfolk: ‘Living up to its name’ – restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] Pigs, Edgefield near Holt, Norfolk NR24 2RL (01263 587634). Appetizers £ 4.50 or £ 8 per person for a selection, main courses £ 14 to 15.50, desserts £ 6.25, wines from £ 21 Restaurant names matter. If you refer to hedges, petals and berries, you are telling us that you cook only to serve […]

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Restaurant Review: Tiger Pie

[ad_1] Yellow Brick Pizza has long been a multi-faceted operation. And “faceted” is a deliberate choice of word. Like a diamond and its facets, the seal has many sparkling sides. Yellow brick is suitable for classic pies. It also has acclaimed meatball subs. And, his version of Tristano’s deep dish is worthy of special occasion […]

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Restaurant review: Café Basque in Biarritz

[ad_1] Chef Cédric Béchade reinvents local dishes in his signature style at the delicious Café Basque in Biarritz © 364 COMMUNICATION Renovated last year, one of Biarritz’s most venerable historic seaside addresses now offers 19 rooms – decorated by Parisian interior designer Sarah Lavoine, with spectacular views of the breakers of the Atlantic crashing over […]

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Nautilus Pier 4 finds gold as it travels the world’s coasts

[ad_1] The whimsical world a team of seasoned industry veterans has created on Boston’s waterfront is filled with buried treasures. Foodies and restaurant newbies love The Feed. Sign up now for our bi-weekly newsletter. Nautilus Pier 4 offers cuisine from around the world, including Sichuan eggplant, at Boston Seaport. / Photo by Jenna Skutnik The […]

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Mangal 2, London: “It’s brave and convincing and really delicious” – restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] Mangal 2, 4 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 7XN (020 7254 7888). Small plates £ 5- £ 12, large plates £ 14- £ 19, desserts £ 7.50-£ 8.50, wines from £ 28 If Mangal 2 were located almost anywhere else in London, that wouldn’t seem particularly noteworthy: just another urban bistro with an open […]

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Restaurant review: Gallow Green – The Knockturnal

[ad_1] Your new favorite rooftop restaurant Rooftop bars and restaurants are the unspoken backbone of New York dining. There is nothing quite like going to a rooftop restaurant with a group of friends on a beautiful summer evening. And a hidden gem that we tried recently was a place called Gallow Green located at the […]

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Restaurant Review: GENJIGO – Columbus Underground

[ad_1] Hibachi restaurants are age-old destinations for big celebrations. That’s because they offer more than food: there’s also a show. Additionally, hibachi joints offer diners a high level of culinary control – diners choose their own ingredients, in terms of meat, vegetable and sauce combinations. Typically, the house chef cooks things right in front of […]

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Nakaji Restaurant Review: Sushi Hideaway in Manhattan’s Chinatown

[ad_1] Try to get a reservation at one of Manhattan’s luxury sushi bars and you’ll never guess the restaurant business is in trouble. As I write this, you have to wait a week to taste one of Shion Uino’s $ 420 omakase meals at 69 Léonard Street. Masa, where lunch and dinner now cost $ […]

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Redding’s spinning wheel offers a winning mix of old and new

[ad_1] Without the sign and parking lot, The Spinning Wheel could be mistaken for one of the dozens of Revolution-era houses that strolled and weaved their way into modernity through Newtown and Redding. A covered slate patio and large paned windows overlook grassy lawns teeming with flower species that look half-tame and natural to the […]

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Restaurant review: Firangi Superstar, a whimsical ode to old-world India on Craig Road, Singapore, Lifestyle News

[ad_1] The magic of a romantic movie is that the whole world receives a rose-tinted refreshment – anything and anyone’s life can be renewed and reinvented. It’s the dreamy feeling we get when we step into Firangi Superstar, the brand new modern Indian concept from The Dandy Collection along Craig Road. Calling itself a “love […]

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Mentor’s CoreLife Eatery is fast, relaxed and creative

[ad_1] I’m not a health guy per se, but I try to avoid processed foods, refined sugar, and artificial ingredients. That’s why I was happy to see CoreLife Eatery join the vast Mentor food scene some time ago. CoreLife is a national franchise dedicated to healthy eating. There are no fries, desserts or soda. Everything […]

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Restaurant Review: La Plaza Tapatia

[ad_1] Editor’s note: The photos were taken at a different time than the review, so discrepancies may occur. La Plaza Tapatia changes the selection available in its hot bar daily, so not all items may be available at all times. Plaza Tapatia is located just opposite the casino. While the latter looms large and somewhat […]

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Restaurant review: Tom Colicchio’s Vallata in Union Square

[ad_1] The problem with Tom Colicchio’s new restaurant, Vallata, isn’t it the food, most of which is very good and some of which are wonderful. Everything is Italian, in a rustic trattoria style made with ingredients picked from the Union Square Green Market, a few blocks from the Vallata location on East 19th Street. “Colicchio […]

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New Restaurant Review: Side Chick

[ad_1] Fried chicken during the pandemic and Justin Sutherland since 2020: These are the two hottest foods. They are fair. All the restaurants in town have added fried chicken. (People got so crazy about chicken during the pandemic that there was national shortages.) And Justin Sutherland consults on everything: The Gnome, Woodfired Cantina, the food […]

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New restaurant review: the story of the butcher

[ad_1] Wagyu Denver steak topped with chimichurri with aPhoto by Kevin Kramer Minnesota’s biggest restaurant soap opera is arguably the downfall of the four-star steak and sausage shop Butcher & the Boar. Over months and months of nervous anticipation, the chatter filled my inbox: Why is there no more alcohol? I hear it closes! We […]

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Restaurant review: Cadence, Vegan Soul Food in the East Village

[ad_1] As the restaurant industry examines its assumptions about how it works, maybe it’s time to question whether the experience in famous kitchens is overrated. This thought has been going through my head ever since I started to eat Cadence, a vegan restaurant in the East Village. The chef is Shenarri Freeman and Cadence is […]

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Burnt Orange, Brighton: ‘Delivered on its smoky promise’ – restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] Burnt Orange, 59 Middle Street, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1AL (01273 929923). Starters £ 4 to £ 10, main courses £ 8 to £ 19, desserts £ 4 to £ 7, wines from £ 22 Brown foods are best. We know it. Brown foods relate to caramelized sugars and the Maillard reaction; they are […]

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The Forest Side Hotel, Cumbria: “extremely impressive” – ​​restaurant review

[ad_1] Ask any great chef to list the essential qualities needed to do their job and they will include an element that has nothing to do with culinary finesse and everything to do with their ability to motivate staff and build a happy and efficient team. These attributes increase in importance with the size of […]

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Maya at the Hoxton Hotel – Restaurant review

[ad_1] What about a Mexican on the roof? The Standard did this with Decimo, which you reach via a ruby ​​red elevator that skyrockets to the 10th floor, then there’s Madera de Langham Place inside the much-photographed Treehouse Hotel. But, Soho House being Soho House, it had to have its own themed riff. And it […]

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CheLi: New York restaurant reviewer

[ad_1] CheLi is designed to evoke a rural village in China. Photo: DeSean McClinton-Holland Lots of restaurants closed during the great plague year, of course, but lots of open as well. As most of us slept on our sofas in a Zoom-added stupor, the irrepressible spirit of the restaurant world bubbled endlessly just below the […]

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The Bradley Hare, Wiltshire: ‘The meat is impeccable’: restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] Bradley’s Hare, Church Street, Maiden Bradley, Wiltshire BA12 7HW (01985 801018). Starters £ 6.50 to £ 10, main courses £ 13.50 to £ 23, desserts £ 7.50, wines from £ 20 If you wanted a single plate of food to symbolize the current state of the bloated country pub, you could do a lot […]

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Dunmore House is the complete package

[ad_1] My relationship with Dunmore House began a ‘billion’ years ago when I stayed with the family of a friend from the boarding school, 500 yards away from the hotel’s beautiful coastal perch facing the east, on Clonakilty Bay. One evening, lemonade and chips at the hotel bar apparently led to my first game of […]

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Polo Lounge at Dorchester Rooftop, a new summer restaurant in London

[ad_1] Polo Lounge at Dorchester RooftopCourtesy of The Dorchester Of course, no rooftop bar would be complete without a spectacular cocktail menu – and the Polo Lounge certainly doesn’t disappoint on that score. As deliciously named as they are delicious, highlights include ‘Pretty in Pink’, an uplifting blend of Belvedere Vodka, pineapple, lemon juice, raspberry […]

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Alif Cafe, a trendy and welcoming place in Glens Falls

[ad_1] Glens Falls is bustling. The restaurants, cafes and brasseries on Ridge and Glen Streets, two rays from the downtown roundabout, teem with crowds on the sidewalks in the sun. They munch on tacos at Raul’s, burgers and beers at Davidson’s Brewing and Downtown Social, small plates on tiny tables at Radici Kitchen, and sip […]

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Restaurant Review: Boxwood Biscuit Co.

[ad_1] In 2016, restaurant publications began predicting a big cookie trend in the United States. Which is to say, cookie concept joints were going to be all the rage. Cookies on every menu! Unfortunately, this trend has never really manifested itself in these regions. Had a few joints with cookie sandwiches for breakfast, but that’s […]

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Sonny Stores, Bristol: “They do it perfectly well” – restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] Sonny Stores, 47 Raleigh Road, Bristol BS3 1QS (0117 966 0821). Starters £ 4 to £ 9, main courses £ 13 to £ 19, desserts £ 6, wines from £ 18 There is no sparkling river flowing in the middle of Raleigh Road in Bristol’s Southville district. There are no arctic snowfields of white […]

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New Restaurant Review: Josefina

[ad_1] Photo by Jason DeRusha The gourmets of the western suburbs cried the tears of Croque Monsieur when they learned that Gavin Kaysen was closing Bellecour in Wayzata. But when a famous chef’s door closes in Wayzata, another opens. Talented and prolific chef Daniel Del Prado brings pizza, handmade pasta and gloriously roasted vegetables to […]

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The Beaumont, Hexham, Northumberland: “It’s amazing” – restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] A fun game to play with the Metropolitan Elite, or indeed anyone south of Watford, is to ask them to locate Hexham on a map. Or Northumberland, for that matter. Many areas of the north, of which the rural northeast is a particularly good example, resemble the Bermuda Triangle to southerners: mysterious, vaguely defined, […]

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Wasabi on Wolf Road loud, fast, more value than quality

[ad_1] For 35 years 195 Wolf Road was Real (and Reel) Seafood Co. Lately it has been transformed into Wasabi, an all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant and sibling of the original Saratoga Springs which is a great way to stretch the belts and not break the bank. Sushi, sashimi, maki rolls, noodles and apps are all there […]

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The Double Red Duke, Oxfordshire: ‘It’s a class act’ – restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] The Double Red Duke, Bourton Road, Clanfield, Bampton, Oxfordshire OX18 2RB (01367 810222). Snacks and small plates £ 7.50 to £ 16, large dishes £ 12 to £ 35, desserts £ 9, wines from £ 27 Later, I would think of it as the redemptive scallop; like the bivalve that made amends for the […]

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Henrock, Bowness, Cumbria: “It blew me away” – restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] Eliving in the Lake District, which I do a lot, always involves some level of struggle. Staff issues and short opening hours are normal, while all the delicious and reasonably priced places are booked six months in advance by the control freaks in every Lake District weekend Woo-Hoo! WhatsApp group. That leaves a plethora […]

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Blue Boar Pub, London SW1: ‘There is a lot to love’ – restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] INormally the pubs around Westminster are perpetually buzzing; the area is a honey pot for tourists and, well, politicians need places to dry off their assistants. One need only look at any recent sexy political digression to instinctively know that alcohol and drinking glasses were involved. Of course nothing is normal right now, so […]

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Restaurant Review: Hank’s Texas BBQ

[ad_1] Without much fuss, Hank’s Texas BBQ has moved to Clintonville at the location once occupied by the Old Skool. A gigantic smoker the size of a coin is posted in front. Beyond that, Hank’s decor suggests it could serve just about anything: its walls feature large TVs, but are absent from cute barbecue designs […]

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Gage & Tollner: New York Restaurant Review

[ad_1] After a long wait, a Brooklyn landmark is back. Photo: DeSean McClinton-Holland In a city filled with ancient and venerable catering institutions, Gage & Tollner, which began life as an oyster house near the Brooklyn waterfront in 1879, is one of the oldest and most venerable. The dark-toned brasserie-style dining room on Fulton Street […]

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The terrace of the New Holmwood Hotel, Cowes

[ad_1] A little off the beaten track, but with good food and panoramic views of the Solent, this is a great place to eat al fresco. Phil Sampson reports As I walked around Egypt Point, I often wondered where the inhabitants of Cowes Castle – those “gentlemen actively interested in boating,” as the Royal Yacht […]

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The Barn at Moor Hall, Aughton, Lancashire: ‘Delicious eccentricity’ – restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] IIt’s Wednesday noon at The barn at Augton, a chic and ‘laid back’ fine-dining restaurant, and every table is filled with seventy-five more heart-wrenching, liberated, and double-bite. They eat platters of brown butter poached Cornish turbot with plump, glazed royal jersey terrines on the side. They order a guinea fowl with mashed celeriac and […]

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Trick Daddy’s Miami Gardens restaurant review – bombarded by Beyonce fans

[ad_1] Miami-born Maurice Samuel Young, known to the public and fans of the 90s as American rapper Trick Daddy, is in the niche. Or maybe it should be the Beyhouse. Young, 46, became a trending Twitter topic this week after the audio of a conversation on the invitation-only social networking app The clubhouse has been […]

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The Thimble Inn, Piddlehinton: “simply done, beautifully presented” – restaurant review

[ad_1] Usually a lot of thought and research is spent on or I review. I’m thinking of places you might like or places that have an interesting history, places that are “trending” or those that have been, perhaps unfairly, overlooked. But then, from time to time, I reserve the right to do a spontaneous “drive-by” […]

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Francie: restaurant review in New York

[ad_1] Francie 134 Broadway, at Bedford Ave., Williamsburg; 718-218-7572; franciebrooklyn.com Francie’s dining room in a former Williamsburg bank. Photo: DeSean McClinton-Holland “It’s like last year never happened,” someone said after we sat for a minute or two in the refreshing, crowded dining room at the new Williamsburg destination. Francie. There were no masks in sight […]

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The Wolseley: “One of the finest dining rooms in London” – restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] ohYears on the last Saturday night before indoor dining resumed, torrential rains revealed the weaknesses of eating outside. I watched the guests huddle under the awnings, the pouring rain diluting their primitivo. Stormy weather was not enough to take people – sanity on the brink of precipice thanks to this brutal lockdown – from […]

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Madre, Liverpool: ‘It made me feel at home’ – restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] WWith the lockdown eased, I figured I would start my adventures all over again by dining out in Liverpool. It might not be the obvious choice for most people, but my dad is a Scouser, and since he can’t speak anymore, there’s something about landing on Merseyside, the way the people are there simply […]

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Pompette, Oxford: “a masterclass in hospitality” – restaurant critic

[ad_1] I really want my first proper review, in what seems like a few years, to be a good one. So when I get to Tipsy, a brewery in Oxford, and they sit me down and explain to me that “during the lockdown we built a new bread section”, a smile draws on my lips. […]

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1865 Restaurant at the Queens Hotel, Southsea | Restaurant review

[ad_1] The Queens Hotel, Southsea. With so much attention paid to his visit to his eponymous aircraft carrier on Saturday, there was no mention of how our 95-year-old monarch avoided his hunger throughout the day. A place in the city would have had fortune and branding on its side. The Queens Hotel in Southsea would […]

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Rosella: restaurant review in New York

[ad_1] Rosella sources its fish from local waters or sustainable farms in Europe and the United States Photo: DeSean McClinton-Holland Like most businesses in the city, the restaurant industry is filled with rumors of disruption and change these days. Will the tourists come back? (Probably.) Will rents stay low? (No.) Will business lunch ever make […]

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Auberge du Bois Prin in Chamonix

[ad_1] IMAGES © AUBERGE DU BOIS PRIN Some people use stars or numbers to indicate their enjoyment with a restaurant, but for me, it’s the memories that matter. Note that the best restaurants are those which leave a gastronomic memory so vivid that it arouses a constant desire to revisit the same table. In this […]

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The service diminishes the experience at the Benelux Brewery

[ad_1] Pull up a chair. We need to talk about what opening a restaurant looks like in the event of a pandemic. What does responding to customer and staff concerns look like? What it means to provide COVID-19 services and protocols. Why is it difficult, but doable. Why sending the bill in a hot-glued, gem-adorned […]

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Only Food and Courses, London: ‘Deserves to be taken seriously’ – restaurant review | Food

[ad_1] Only Food and Courses, Pop Brixton, 49 Station Road, London SW9 8PQ (onlyfoodandcourses.co.uk). Starters £ 10, main courses £ 14, desserts £ 10, wines from £ 24 On the wall of the space housing this week’s restaurant there is a sign reading: “A brilliantly cheeky touch of classic British cuisine.” There is a lot […]

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Dhamaka: New York Restaurant Review

[ad_1] Some of the regional Indian specialties in Dhamaka. Photo: Liz Clayman Looking for a fiery new iteration of Sichuan noodles, for example, or a pot of dry curry cooked as it’s cooked in the kitchens of central Pakistan has always been a good momentary remedy whenever the urge to travel strikes, especially in this […]

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New Restaurant Review: Sooki & Mimi

[ad_1] Birria with maitake mushroom, chihuahua queso and shitake cream, served with an umami-rich consommé and a glass of house tepachePhoto by Kevin Kramer This is the most anticipated Twin Cities restaurant in recent memory: when and what would Ann Kim open in Uptown? For months on Instagram, we saw her in Mexico, learning about […]

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Restaurant review: Bagatelle bistro in Dubai – News

[ad_1] REPRODUCING DECENT MODELS of France’s cultural contribution abroad is no small task. The Gallic fortress is famous for its peaks in painting, cinema (not the frowning theater), music and especially gastronomy. Judging from experience, attempts to approximate an “authentic” restaurant experience, when the nearest pétanque court is over a thousand kilometers away, seem to […]

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La Social Miami Upper Eastside Restaurant Review

[ad_1] La Social’s pastel pink facade greets travelers entering the Belle Meade neighborhood in Miami’s Upper Eastside. With a towering ficus tree overhead, the bistro and cafe offer a friendly dining room filled with locals linger over their meals. The watchword here is “community.” Diners stop throughout the day to savor the bistro cuisine of […]

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The Lodge a welcoming meeting place with creative and fresh dishes

[ad_1] A bahn mi consists of lean pork belly, shredded cabbage, matchstick carrots and cucumber slices dressed in a vibrant cilantro-peanut sauce. (Alan Dep / Marin Independent Journal) Co-owner Brian Bruckner at the bar at his restaurant, The Lodge, in San Anselmo. (Alan Dep / Marin Independent Journal) Sam’s breakfast sandwich includes scrambled eggs from […]

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Restaurant review: two pubs serving comforting and satisfying food

[ad_1] Barnaby’s: the Barnaby hamburger; Roasted Brussels sprouts and nachos. Photograph by Angel Tucker. Barnaby’s public house Barnaby’s Public House comes with a sordid murder story involving a Providence millionaire, an incapacitated woman, and a toddy full of arsenic. But inside the doors of the Victorian-style saloon, people are more concerned with hedonism than history. […]

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Lively Burgers and Crabs at Dead End Saloon – Baltimore Sun

[ad_1] Despite its name, there is nothing serious in the Dead end living room in Fells Point. In fact, it’s quite a lively place, even on a weeknight. The name of the establishment does not come from its atmosphere, nor from its clientele, but from its location. It is on a paved road, Fell Street, […]