The service is prompt and great, the prices good, the place really clean, and the food delicious. This little diner on the corner of canal and eldridge makes you feel right at home. I got simple things, like eggs, bacon, toast, etc. It was good and the people were extremely friendly. The only bad thing is that it is cash only like most of the other places.
This is a great place for lunch. You can just grab a sandwich to go. If you're planning to eat there, don't go with a lot of people because it is a small little place. I got a chicken sandwich and a lemonade. The bread was slightly toasted on the outside and nice and chewy on the inside. The hummus doesn't seem bad either, and it comes with freshly baked pitas. There is a $20 minimum for credit cards though, so bring your cash.
I've passed by here once or twice, and they normally have different items on special. I finally decided to try it one day, and I got the Korean BBQ with sushi. It was quite delicious, but it wasn't a jaw-dropping experience. The staff is really friendly though, and the price is not bad. The place is pretty comfortable as well, with couches and low tables. They also have a happy hour special for those of you who like sake, which is normally from 12-8pm. Tamari is elegant and satisfying.
This place sounded appealing so I decided to stop by here for a bite to eat. I like their handmade pita bread because it is really doughy and chewy. A sandwich and a drink cost about $7.50, which is a very good price considering the size and quality. The service is friendly and the food is healthy and delicious.
The service was top notch and the food was amazing. There was also a selection of wine, which my aunts ordered from, but it was kind of pricey. The decor wasn't bad and the place was pretty nice. It's a nice place for a date or a special occasion so save up the money. The setting was pretty formal; I suggest you dress accordingly.
It's a really charming little place. It is a bit pricey, but the tea and service make up for the money. There is a huge variety of tea, which come in cute pots that you take on a tray. There are a lot of baked goods as well. The owner is really nice and friendly and knows exactly what you want. It is also a good place to get away from the city and just read. It is very homey and cozy.
Marumi is a small restaurant and the place often gets packed. Hence, I do not recommend big groups. They have outdoor seating in the back, which is nice because they have heaters in the winter and it is breezy in the summer. I like to drop by here for some spicy tuna rolls. The rolls are a good size and the prices are reasonable. The bento box is always a good choice as well.
I'm not much of a pickle fan, but this place is an exception. My friend loves pickles, so we decided to stop by. I tried the half sours, which were very crisp and good. The pickles were two for a buck, which is a very reasonable price. There are so many different choices, from dill to spicy to half sours. The staff is also friendly. One thing to note is that they are not open on saturdays.
The food here is pretty good and reasonably priced. A dish could probably feed about 2, but I say you try different plates and take the rest to go. This place is special in that they have many lamb dishes. Basically everything is in Chinese, but there are small translations on the menus. The service is alright, but the food is definitely spicy and tasty.
I've heard from a lot of people that the food here is delicious. We came here to celebrate my uncle's birthday and I got a chance to taste it myself. We got the calamari and oysters for appetizers, and they were delicious. The meal was expensive, but at least the food was tasty. Also, the service was really good so that I did not feel as if I were out of place.