Posted: 1/13/2013 1:31:39 AM
A friend recommended we try the malasadas here, and they are ridiculously good! They are only $0.80 each. They have three kinds, regular, sugar, and cinnamon sugar. We ordered the cinnamon sugar. They make them fresh, takes maybe 10 minutes. We ate them while they were hot and they were insanely good! I could have eaten 3 or 4, they were addictive.
46 Hoolai Street, Kailua, HI 96734, USA
Posted: 1/21/2013 8:04:50 PM
If you need a larger meal, they have one or two hot plates with combos in the bakery, or you can go next door (no sign!) to get full meals which we will try soon. One new item they have in the bakery is a delicious mix of fresh shrimp, peppers and onions with garlic sauce on a "plate" of fried plantains. The sauce is light and delicious and the plate is filling and crunchy.
4740 Old Pineville Road, Charlotte, NC 28217, USA
Posted: 12/29/2012 10:30:51 PM
After going to other Lao restaurants in San Diego, I decided to give Asia Cafe a try. I'm really glad I did. Definitely a hole in the wall place but they have really authentic Laotion food! I ordered "to go" the Thum mak thang -Spicy(cucumber salad) instead of the usual papaya salad. It's not on the menu but since it's a mom and pop place they still made it for me. It was really good. I also took the advice of the other reviews on Yelp and tried the Nem Khao. All I can say is WOW! It reminded me of what my parents used to make at home. I also got the Lao beef jerky and that too was really tasty. The staff is really nice and friendly which is always a plus. If you haven't been here and like Laotion food please give this place a try. Also, the neighborhood isn't too scary in the daytime :) . Overall I was very impressed with the food, friendly service and CHEAP prices and will definitely order from here again.
4710 Market Street, San Diego, CA 92102, USA
Posted: 12/13/2012 7:27:24 PM
**Baiz Market** is a combination between a multinational food market, a Lebanese restaurant, and a sweet and a pita bread factory. Many different kinds of pies are available including Manakesh, shawarma, taook, Kabob and many more.
523 N 20th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85006, USA
Posted: 12/13/2012 7:03:32 PM
Got clued in to this place by a coworker of mine, many moons ago, and have to admit I was surprised by how good it was. I believe this small place has been through a couple iterations as other bakeries, but in its current incarnation as the Balkan Bakery, it has apparently been doing well for a number of years now. The place is a small, but not cramped, basically a typical setup for a small bakery operation. There's room to sit down and enjoy a snack, but I think that by and large the customer base is picking things up, rather than dining in. This is also the group I fall into, as I mainly hit them up for their amazing rolls. I've searched for a long time to find really honest to goodness European style rolls for breakfast and the like, and up until the Balkan Bakery, I wasn't sure they existed anywhere in Phoenix.
1618 E Bell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85022, USA
Posted: 12/13/2012 6:59:17 PM
We love this place! The food is good, very unique, and the employees (family) are super friendly. They are moving soon, early 2013 I believe. Don't go if you're in a rush. When you order the schnitzel you'll often hear them pounding it out in the back. A lot of dishes take 30+ minutes but thats what good, not-premade, family crafted food takes. My favorites are the poutine (french fries covered with gravy and cheese curds) and the rosti (omg-wtf-awesome hashbrowns). All of the main dishes I've tried were good (cabbage rolls, schnitzel, etc)
1743 East Broadway Tempe, AZ 85282
Posted: 1/21/2013 8:29:00 PM
Bollywood (as we know Bombay or Mumbai) is known for both its movie industry and wide variety of food ranging from Pav-Bhaji and Vada-Pav to Pani-puri and Bhel. Food and Movies- both are prime source of entertainment for any Indian and that's the reason Bollywood truly represents India.
551 North Polk Street, Pineville, NC 28134, USA
Posted: 12/29/2012 10:06:51 PM
I am Brazilian, and when I need some good home food, Café no Bule is the place to I go. It is honest and good food. The place is spot CLEAN!!!!!! Food is the best. It is the closest you can get to the real Brazilian experience, and it is super affordable. My suggestion is the small deep fried snacks, such is "coxinha". It is yucca dough, filled with ground beef or chicken, breaded and deep fried. Saturday they have feijoada (black bean soup with 8 different cuts of smoked pork, cooked to perfection). It is the best Brazilian restaurant I have been in the USA.
4040 West Waters Avenue, Tampa, FL 33614, USA
Posted: 12/31/2012 10:07:49 AM
Cafe Shambala is a family run restaurant where you will find a very homely environment with traditional Tibetan settings. We assure you the very best test of Tibet locally, and make your dinning experience a memorable.
382 4th Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84103, USA
Posted: 1/21/2013 7:42:14 PM
Dodging drunks coming in and out of Stool Pigeons, I decided to stop in on this small place. I did not see one person. The sign on the outside promised Caribbean (Jamaican) food. From the time I opened the door, I could smell nothing but the flavors from the island, the jerks, curries, and many other island favorites.
9609 North Tryon Street, Charlotte, NC 28262, USA
Posted: 12/29/2012 10:43:00 PM
Conching's Cafe is an award-winning, family-owned restaurant serving the San Diego community with Filipino cuisine for more than 20 years. In 1987, Consuelo Orpilla opened Conching's with a menu full of family recipes and authentic Filipino dishes and desserts. In the past two decades, Conching's has become the standard for which all Filipino food in San Diego and all of Southern California has been measured, receiving accolades and acclaim from frequent diners. In 2007, Conching's expanded its menu with more Filipino favorites by opening Conching's Midnight Grill into the late hours. Late-night diners flock to Conching's to satisfy their appetites late into the night. Today, Conching's continues to maintain its reputation as the best place to go for Filipino entrees and desserts in the San Diego community. Customers continue to come from near and far to eat at Conching's and have an authentic Filipino experience.
3400 East 8th Street, National City, CA 91950, USA
Posted: 12/31/2012 10:04:38 AM
I must admit I was skeptical of this place at first, but having driven by so many times the catchy name stuck in my head. So tonight when I was craving Indian I realized I hadn't eaten a thing all day. I knew I had less than an hour to grab something and get to class, took a peek at a few fellow yelper reviews, and without a look back pointed my mustang toward Curry in a Hurry. I walked in and a friendly Pakistani gentleman greeted me immediately with a smile. It took only a minute for me to peruse the menu before deciding on the #1 combo: lamb korma curry combo with rice, naan, and veg. I chose the daily okra. The gentleman rang me up, I paid, and was out the door with my dinner in less than 5 minutes. Fabulous friendly service. With tip I spent $12 total. Sure the decor leaves something to be desired when it comes to American standards. Anywhere else it would be busy as all heck.
2020 South State Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84115, USA
Posted: 1/21/2013 10:58:04 PM
I have a feeling the pepper soup here started my love affair with insanely spicy food. I ate here in December on my way from the East Coast to London. This ended up being a random restaurant recommended to me by a Hatian friend, who knew I had a bad experience with Carribbean food in Miami (a future 1-star review to come).
3511 Maryland Avenue, Cheverly, MD 20785, USA
Posted: 12/29/2012 10:49:59 PM
Saw Deli SA on yelp with lots of great reviews. It's been on my radar for quite awhile, so last week, I sent someone from work to get an assortment of meat pies. We were not disappointed! Everyone was very happy and i got lots of praise for picking this place. some of the pies come in a tin like a chicken pot pie, others in oversized empenada pastry form. I tried the Pepper Steak, so good! The filo pastry was tender and flaky, i liked that it was both on the top and the bottom and somehow the bottom crust is still flaky and crunchy too. The steak was really soft and tender must have been braised for hours. I was expecting roasted bell peppers in there but instead the filling was beef braised in a ground pepper sauce, even better! And best of all they didn't Eff it up by adding peas or carrots or anything like that. If you like pepper, this is the one for you. Some of my coworkers had the Chicken Curry, this one came in an large empenada form. Everyone who had one seemed to rant and rave about it the same as those who had the pepper steak.
8360 Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, San Diego, CA 92111, USA
Posted: 12/29/2012 10:46:30 PM
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4370 Palm Avenue San Diego, CA 92154, USA