This place may not look like much on the outside , but the food speaks for it's self . The first time I came in I asked for suggestions because I've never had Indonesian food. The very helpful lady advised me to try the Ayam baker which is marinated grilled chicken and it was everything. The next time I dropped in I had the Lamb stew. On my last visit I had the Bakso Malang which is a noodle soup with meatballs, vegetables and fried wontons. I think I'm just going to eat everything on the menu then pick a favorite. They also have a buffet which gives you more options. If you take $10 in the place you'll have enough food for two people or two days. This is a place is a gem just waiting for you to find it.
14. Genki Restaurant
Adore this tasty sushi place in the Highlands! The sushi is always fresh, and if you're not in the mood for raw fish, you can't go wrong with one of…
We come here at least every Christmas Eve and tonight was no exception! We got our reservations wrong and arrived an hour early, but they still work…
When they first opened there was a bit of inconsistency with the food. Sometimes it was good and sometimes not so good. I believe there are new individuals working in the kitchen so the food is now more consistent. I think the menu provides variety and the prices are reasonable. Unless you work or go to school in the area I'm not sure this is a place that you would other wise visit as the location is on Broad St. and parking can be difficult.
Best Mai Thais in town! And on Thursdays, they're only $5! The atmosphere is tropical, with tiki torches and wicker chairs throughout the dining room. Many drinks are served in conch shells, and the seafood is to die for! Lots of different options, but I had the wok-fried lobsters, scallops and prawns, and it was worth the splurge. For more info on Trader Vic's, check out my full review: http://bit.ly/2aDUFKq
The restaurant isn't large , but it has a cozy feeling. This is a great place to get cocktails and the bartender Craig was very helpful. He walked me through some of the drinks. They have a nice beer selection and a lot of them are local. I had the Famous Rotisserie chicken and my friend had the Bulgogi Cheesesteak....both were delicious. Put this place on your lunch list.
I'm love bubble tea! I don't care if it's a trend, this stuff is so yummy! This spot is located right across the street from Ponce City Market and they have you covered when it comes to bubble tea. With their wide array of flavors and add ins, you must try this cute place out! I like their Lavender flavor with almond milk and tapioca pearls. Yum!
I love Honey Bubble for their macarons! They always have a variety of flavors and the atmosphere is great! Great place to sit to get some work done while enjoying your tea and a delicious macaron. I would suggest parking on Bonaventure and walking over. Their parking lot is usually full and a pain to get out of.
Nice friendly staff.I came for the convention and invited customers over. I let the chef choose the dishes for 6 people. All dish came in very good. Since then , I go there at least once every time I do the convention. Owner Mr. Cheung even joined our party for a brief moment. I feel very welcome.
Food is very good. As long as you call in and order, you will have your food in amazing timing. I'm always skeptical when eating Asian food at places I've never tried before but this time I was glad I took the chance. I went for lunch and even though it was lunch time, it wasn't too packed.
Such good food! Great for adventurous and picky eaters--the menu has a little bit of everything. The casseroles are my favorite--the black pepper seafood one is a must! Do get an appetizer if you're hungry. The dumplings come out really quickly, while the entrees take awhile.
The food was ok.. The service and atmosphere definitely picked up for where the food lacked.. I'm a huge fan of the Vining's area so I'll definitely be back.. Last time I tried the Chinese food; I think the next time I'll try the sushi bar..