Topic: Restaurant Review

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Taste of India fails to match Kabob and Curry quality

November 18, 2014 2 comments

Taste of India does not live up to the bar set by its Thayer Street counterpart.

Tacos showcasing meat, guacamole, onion, cilantro and radish medallions on a corn tortilla shell are just one variation of the specialty at Tallulah’s Taqueria, a Mexican restaurant that opened in Fox Point in May.

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Tallulah’s Taqueria serves up taco of the town

November 17, 2014 0 comments

Judging by its bustling atmosphere and easy rhythm, it’s not hard to forget that Tallulah’s Taqueria is still the new kid on the block.

Dave’s Coffee features a Slayer to ensure hands-on crafting of espressos, while The Shop, above, uses Nitro Cold Brew coffee to retain rich flavors.

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Coffee at Dave’s rivals The Shop’s ambience

October 10, 2014 0 comments

The technology at Dave’s demonstrates its strict attention to every shot and hands-on approach to every drink — tradition reigns in this modern space.

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

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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.

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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.

The Korean barbecued squid and pork belly at Denden Cafe Asiana provides a combination of spicy and refreshing flavors. The cafe is located at the corner of Benefit and Meeting streets.

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Asian cafe spices up College Hill

April 16, 2014 0 comments

The most important part of the restaurant — the menu — is large and diverse, offering delicacies from both Japanese and Korean cuisines.

In Jewelry District, a southern sensibility

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In Jewelry District, a southern sensibility

April 15, 2014 0 comments

A recent morning at Succotash, a dining establishment situated along Richmond Street in the Jewelry District, came with an unexpected development.

Kitchen, a breakfast spot on Federal Hill, serves up a special croissant French toast with real maple syrup. The eatery also offers a range of other breakfast foods, including omelets and muffins.

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Kitchen makes masterful classic brunch

April 14, 2014 0 comments

The tables at Kitchen are already dressed with ketchup, sriracha sauce, a jug of sugar — the essentials.

The yaki-buta, an appetizer, is a steamed bun served with a sliver of juicy and tender barbecued pork.

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Off-beat ramen bar opens downtown

February 25, 2014 0 comments

Barely larger than a dorm room, Ken’s Ramen disappears into Washington Street, hiding behind a blockade of excited college students and locals.

The Grange's risotto tastes fresh and full-flavored with goat cheese, portobello and crispy Brussels sprout leaves.

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Federal Hill’s The Grange forgoes meat but still packs a punch

February 11, 2014 0 comments

Early on a Sunday evening, the bar at The Grange is energetic. Friends drink cocktails out of Mason jars and share bowls of Brussels sprouts and quinoa.