All Restaurants

  • Tibet Kitchen Bar and Restaurant

    On a frumpy stretch of Eat Street, you have to be at least a little adventurous even to walk in the door. Most of Asia is represented on the menu, from Singapore noodles and Thai basil stir-fry to Indian curry and Vietnamese egg rolls. But the real attraction is the small selection of Tibetan dishes, such as momo dumplings, thenthuk noodles, and alu ping sha, a dish of bean threads, black mushrooms, potatoes and onions.…

  • Marla’s Caribbean Cuisine

    There’s a lot more to Caribbean cuisine than jerk chicken.  Marla Kissoondath Singh Jadoonanan, a native of Trinidad, covers a lot of the range with a menu that highlights the East Indian influences. The curries and rotis are of East Indian origin, while the callaloo and ackee with saltfish has West African roots.…

  • Malabari Kitchen

    The Malabar coast is the legendary spice coast of southern India, from whose ports traders have exported cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg, turmeric and more for centuries. The cuisine of the Malabar coast is rich with those spices, as are the dishes on the Malabari Kitchen menu. These range from the palappam (lacy rice flour pancakes) with egg curry ($9.25), and a rich curry made with shrimp in a creamy coconut sauce ($12.50) to kingfish in a fiery tomato-based sauce ($11.50); and biryani rice with chicken, mutton or fish ($12.99-$13.99).…

  • O City Restaurant and Hookah

    Oromo restaurant – an ethnic group from Ethiopia.

    “The array of recipes you can find at O-City Restaurant range from mom’s home made Hulbata, to the best Middle-Eastern Biryani-Rice, or the testy Ugali reflective of one’s Kenyan culinary experience. If you happen to crave your favorite American dining adventure for burger or wings, it is also available to ensure your experience with the most delicious halal noshing.” – Elias Usso, “Little Oromia, Where Young Oromo Can Dream and Start Up A Business: O-City Restaurant“.…

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