Every time I've been here, the food has been great. It's a nice casual, quick, place to eat. It's a sit down place, so don't expect your number to be called ;-).
They have great noodles, ranging from Mac and Cheese to Pad Thai. Reasonably priced and unmatched, noodley goodness.
The food is incredibly good, with big servings and small prices. One thing to keep in mind is that Chipotle is now part of the McDonald's Corp., that's right, they sold out.
But still, with many locations all over the metro, it's a great place to stop at for tasty, fairly priced burritos/tacos.
To tell you the truth, the food isn't that bad. Neither is the service. BUT, not far from Nami is Origami, which is by far superior to Nami. Both are the same distance for my work, so it's really no contest.
You can try it out if you eat at Origami regularly right now, but if you eat here a lot, I'd really recommend heading on over to Origami which is practically the same food 100X better.
I'm a HUGE fan of Japanese food.
I'm also kind of picky when it comes to sushi, so giving this place a 5 means something!
It's on the high end, price wise, but it's TOTALLY worth it.
I have taken my lunch break here a few times, and I have gotten Uni, Maguro Bin Cho, Hamachi, and Masago I think it was called, as well as their Chicken Teriyaki. All of it was exquisitely prepared. The service was great as well, overall an incredible, pampered experience!
I love this place. The smells wafting through the air make you're mouth water before you are even close to the place. You get in and your senses are filled!
The bread is a very good price for it's freshness and it's taste, averaging around $4.50 to $5.00 for a loaf as I recall. I like the samples as well :-)
Usually if I'm in the neighborhood, which isn't a lot, I'll stop at Jamba Juice right next door, and then stop here.
Breadsmith isn't superior to other bread shops, but it's nice that it's right next to Jamba Juice for a nice breakfast compliment.
The prices are OK, and the bread is pretty good. But overall, if you're only in it for the bread, I'd go Great Harvest, where the service is friendlier and the bread is tastier.
Jamba Juice started out a small, smoothie place and has since expanded. I can remember going here in the 5th grade getting a "Berry Lime Sublime." Very, very refreshing. Ever since I've stopped here once a month or so for a smoothie for breakfast.
A nice thing about Jamba Juice is the wonderful smells. You walk in and you notice to your left that it's completely open, and theirs a Breadsmith right next door. So you get the smell of bread and fresh fruit all at once, it's invigorating!
If you're up for a tasty smoothie and maybe a French Roll from the Breadsmith, head on over to Jamba Juice.
I was 2 when my mom first brought me to this place. Of course I didn't eat anything, and I don't remember. But ever since, I've grown up eating here, the owned knows me by name (she is also the owner of Taste of Thailand). She brings me out free food every time I come!
It's easy to eat healthy and good food at Ruam Mit. This place will always be one of my all-time favorites.
The bread of any sandwich is what makes it good. This is why Jimmy John's wins when it comes to tasty subs!
They bake their french and whole grain bread daily! You can smell it when you go in!
As well as amazingly fresh and tasty bread, their fillings are exemplary. From the tender, medium rare roast beef to the succulent ham, the fillings are excellent!
Next time you want a fresh sub, Jimmy's your man.
This place is well known for one thing...
Their cheesy, hot, (insert adjective here) pizza!
When I think pizza, I think Red's. This place is a very bar and grillish looking, but the pizza is to die for.