I will be coming back for more for sure. Tried their cricket tostadillas, worm larvae tacos and worms in ice cream dishes. All equally fantastic.
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You know this place is legit when all Vietnamese parents are raving about the Bun Bo Hue here instead of making remarks that they can cook it better.
This restaurant is a must try !!!! Food is DELICIOUS !!!!!!!! Ate here today for the first time , and my boyfriend and I loved it so much we are DEFINITELY coming back soon :)
There’s plenty of reviews of the food already (which is of course delicious) so imma save my thumbs the typing and focus on the service.
For a city of San Jose’s size, it takes a bit of scouring to find foodie places. Mezcal makes my list. It’s regional specific (Oaxacan) so moles highlight their menu. Other entrees, such as the Tlayuda, are also uniquely Oaxacan and very tasty. I actually prefer them to moles, personally.
I grabbed the pulled pork and cole slaw from their stand Thursday night at Grove St to make a quick dinner of sandwiches and found them both to be very tasty, the pork was very moist and flavorful. I will definitely give more of their food a try.
This is where my moms used to buy live crabs and kill them shits in our sink.
Moms used to swing that machete and destroy them crabs….while they were alive and clawin at her.
These people are incredible. Corned Beef Brisket. Throw out what you normally think of when you hear those words. Chef Pemoulie takes a brisket cut and ages it with an asian spice rub that tints the edges of the meat with a crimson tinge, like Chinese pork, then steams it to perfection. The fat is virtually completely rendered out and the deckle, the prized inner layer of the cut, is as tender and light as a souffle. He rests slices of this on top of a pile sweet and sour pickled red…
I’ve been coming here every morning for the past couple of weeks and have yet to be disappointed!
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And I give this one….FULL HOUSE! Thank God, recently I had a lot to complain
about places I have been, and I like to be a happy camper when I bother to drag
myself out and spend money. (I am a bear at heart.) So, I like this place.
Originally it took me a while to snoop in, as I heard it was expensive and
filled with old people. (I have nothing at all against old people, but
sometimes I yearn for that youthful energy!)
Also it is no more expensive than Tommy’s but you get a load of…
In Richmond on a work trip for a couple of nights - Pasture was recommended by the folks at Marriott
I don’t understand when people say this is a small restaurant.This is a regular sized restaurant.No, it’s not a two story PF Chang’s, but just a normal restaurant.
Ray’s sells souse, sausage and head cheese and is available in many smaller inner city grocey stores here in Cleveland. Their food tastes just like you would expect. If you wait, you can often find their products on a BOGO deal near the end of the week. Half-price sausage is not meant as gourmet fare.
I absolutely love this place! It has taken me some time, but I have finally found the stands that I prefer and I couldn’t be happier. I can easily do 90% of my shopping at the market and everything is always fresh, mostly local to Ohio and some organic.
As usual, had the bbq french fries, which are always incredible…but this time went away from their famous Polish Boy and went with the Louisiana Hot Sausage with chili and onions…Gotta say, simply amazing!!
WOW” “Amazing” some of the words I used. I am out here from the Bay Area for the 9ers game and was told to come here. My god the food is crazy good. I would say this place is worth the flight out here.
Actually our second time visiting, this time with our son who can’t stop raving about the goulash. Excellent food, great wait staff (thanks, Shaun!) and when they didn’t have the beer he requested they brought him a premium brand on the house.
This establishment will leave you full, satisfied, a feeling of time well spent, and certainly leave you wanting more! Cheap food. Wait that’s not accurate… Inexpensive, insanely low priced food. Food that is so seasoned and cooked to delicious perfection you will most certainly crave things from this restaurant. Born and raised near St Louis, I visit every chance I get (even though now I live a thousand miles away). I visit family often, and no trip home is complete without Fast…
Garage Bar is housed in a former auto service garage in downtown Louisville’s vibrant East Market or NuLu neighborhood. A nod to its roots as a historic saloon, Garage Bar serves up ice cold draft and bottled craft beers, Kentucky Bourbons, seasonal cocktails and wine. The casual neighborhood spot features Chef Michael Paley’s pizzas from a wood-fired brick oven and Southern specialties, with an emphasis on fresh, local ingredients.