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Started by R-A-Y, July 24, 2004, 09:58:10 AM
Quote from: R-A-Y on September 21, 2004, 10:35:56 PMMy Angel's Kitchen:
Quote from: Benj on September 22, 2004, 08:30:03 AMIs this the place where they sell different kinds of pasta sauces in bottles?
Quote from: R-A-Y on September 21, 2004, 10:35:56 PMMy Angel's Kitchen:Look for it along Connecticut St., Beside the Kamameshi House. Real cozy place with a country looking set of pastel colors and comfortable wooden chairs with soft cushions. Food is a wide variety of salads and some good grilled meat and fish. The way it is served is really more for the healthy eater, but it is so good!!! Their desserts are not bad at all as well. Try their Choco Lava. Good for 2 and my personal favorite. Friendly staff and for me, it really feels like an extension of home Disccounts for people who pay in cash Also, they can customize the servings upon request Good date places and if you would want to treat your family to a good night out Love the jazz music too
Quote from: Benj on August 30, 2004, 05:40:22 PMBump!Fat Michael's. It's a small restaurant somewhere along South Superhighway that serves very good home cooked meals. Atmosphere is quite relaxing, although the furniture tends to be a little too homey. Their apple iced tea is worth trying, as is most of the things in their menu.
Quote from: R-A-Y on August 22, 2004, 01:40:54 AMJust tried out this old chinese resto in Shoppesville. It's Le Ching. Their spareribs rice toppings rule!!! As well as their big bottle soy milk. I think it's a 1 liter bottle, and it's only 45 bucks for freshly delivered ones. Not bad at all (I think I'll get a regullar weekly stack from them next time )The place is really not the one where you expect it to be fine dining, but believe me, these kinds of things don't matter at all when food is good.