Topic: Food

Documentary presents evidence on how a plant-based diet can lead to lower rates of cancer, stroke and heart disease.

Science & Research

“Forks Over Knives” examines dietary changes as cure for disease

March 5, 2015 1 comment

“Forks Over Knives” examines how many diseases can be controlled and even reversed by switching to a plant-based diet with fewer processed foods.

City Gyro was one of three food trucks asked to relocate by the Providence Police Dec. 17, following a complaint that they were illegally parked in metered spaces.


Mama Kim’s ceases daytime Thayer St. operations

January 21, 2015 3 comments

Mama Kim’s Korean BBQ, a food truck mainstay on Thayer Street, will no longer operate along its normal route in 2015, wrote CEO Don Fecher.

Food, language collide as students explore cultures

Arts & Culture

Food, language collide as students explore cultures

November 21, 2014 0 comments

As the leaves fall and the winds become harsher, there is a special urgency for the warmth and comfort of food.

Experienced restaurant owner Susan Alper frequently draws on her past successes and mishaps to shape Clean Plate’s ever-changing menu.

Arts & Culture

At the table with Susan Alper

November 21, 2014 0 comments

A self-described “passionate lunatic about food,” Susan Alper spoke with The Herald to share the sources of her enthusiasm for the kitchen.

The peanut butter and chocolate chip cookies were one of North Bakery’s strengths, with a hint of both salty and sweet.

Arts & Culture

Alternative bakery promises innovative flavors

September 23, 2014 0 comments

With a quirky decor and avant-garde menu, North Bakery may seem a bit out of place. But its inventive flavor combinations prove refreshing, not disruptive.

SnoTea Caffe’s offerings include various teas, such as iced earl grey milk tea with boba, and other refreshments, including green tea macarons.

Arts & Culture

SnoTea Caffe serves up frozen treats

September 16, 2014 2 comments

If only more students ventured into the Waterman eatery, it would be the perfect place to sip on warm tea and dive into a boisterous game of Pictionary.

Food trucks, students and locals all traveled to India Point Park for the fourth annual Rhode Island Seafood Festival

Arts & Culture

R.I. Seafood Festival attracts students, locals

September 9, 2014 0 comments

The aroma of freshly-caught seafood mingled with the refreshing breeze and the mellow sounds of live bands at the Rhode Island Seafood Festival.

The restaurant’s variety of entrees and warm hospitality overshadow faults in some of the dishes.

Arts & Culture

Hope St. Asian restaurant serves a dish for all

October 25, 2013 0 comments
This article is part of the series Restaurant Week, Fall 2013

Apsara Palace Restaurant combines tastes from China, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand.

Haven Brothers Diner serves its finest fried selections from a revamped food truck, hailing its origins as a “lunch wagon.”

Arts & Culture

Burgers, fries and expanding waistlines at Haven Bros. Diner

October 24, 2013 0 comments
This article is part of the series Restaurant Week, Fall 2013

The ‘Murder Burger,’ a patty with bacon and mushrooms, is among the specialties offered.

Arts & Culture

Abyssinia provides hands-on dining experience

October 22, 2013 0 comments
This article is part of the series Restaurant Week, Fall 2013

The Wickenden Street restaurant offers Eritrean and Ethiopian vegetarian-friendly food.