It had been awhile since I had been to Ambrosia, but I recently took some out of town guests there for dinner. We were all oohing and aahing over our meals. The calamari appetizer was some of the best I've had. Lightly battered and crisp with an excellent dipping sauce. The desserts were to die for as we were passing them amongst ourselves. My guests commented on the upscale yet warm Tuscan decor. A remarkable dining experience.
Located in the heart of Broad Ripple, this is pizza at it's best. My favorites are the Greek, Margherita, and the Bazbeaux Pizza. They also have an fresh, tasty salads. Both the Greek and regular Tossed salads are good choices. Dining on the deck is a treat as well as the roof-top dining.
I had only ever had breakfast items at Three Sisters Cafe until my last visit. The pasta special-of-the-day was too tempting. It was outstanding with plenty left over for another meal. The restaurant is located in an old house with hardwood floors. The quarters are close, and the decor unmemorable but the food is. Lots of vegetarian choices.
They have an extensive menu that non-sushi eaters should fine satisfying. The sushi is fresh, and everything I've tried has been top-notch. The decor is unique but comfortable. Overall an enjoyable dining experience.
La Piedad is in a house along the Monon Trail in Broad Ripple. The food is excellent and the service is quick. Try to get a seat on the deck and enjoy the people watching along the Monon Trail. Comparably priced to other Mexican restaurants in the city.