Sloppy Jose's is also my favorite Mexican restaurant in Milford. We forget how to get there so we don't go very often but I've enjoyed the food every time we've gone.
I like Giuseppe's. I've never had the pizza here but I like their eggplant parmesan dinner. I'm not sure how clean the towel is in the bread basket but my fiance loves getting their bread. I think for $10 their prices are great because I get eggplant and pasta so I can eat the pasta the next day. It is your local pizzeria but they have booths so you can take friends there and they do have loyal customers (which says something). They don't take credit cards but they have an ATM machine there. I think a few of their booth seats need to be fixed though.
Well Dr. Batiancila is my Dr. but I have been thinking of finding someone younger. She's a nice person though.
If you need a physical, she can do it (and if necessary she can do an ob-gyn exam too but she doesn't like to and I haven't used her in this capacity). But she sends you to a Quest Lab to get your blood drawn and then you have to wait at Quest and they get busy. I always check the box so I can get a copy of my results.
I think she is also some kind of fertility expert but I haven't needed those services yet.
This is also my favorite Thai place in Stamford. Portions are huge. Definitely will have to take home leftovers. We like their som tum (papaya) and some of their fried rices are really good. I like the pad woo seen. If you get the pad thai, tell them to not make it too sweet or else it's not so good. I really like their drunken noodle but it's too spicy for me. I love their peanut sauce and I'm willing to pony up the extra 50 cents for it. Crystal rolls are good too. Staff is always nice to us. I like that they expanded their place so it isn't so crowded. I think their prices are good for the portions they give. My fiance says their lunch specials are good too. I also love the corn and tapioca dessert even though it's a little pricey.
This is our favorite Chinese restaurant in the Stratford and Milford area. We love their chicken with string beans dish and their chicken with chinese eggplant dishes. The hot and sour soup is ok but it comes in a tiny bowl so I don't like ordering it. I don't like getting a tiny bowl of rice with my meal but they'll refill it if you want them too. Their portions are enough for you to be full. But I was complaining the other day we don't always have leftovers and then we suddenly got more than usual so we had leftovers. Tons of people come and do take-out. I don't think they deliver.
Lotus Thai is located across the street from the Stratford Train Station. We always ask for the Papaya Salad to be made Laos style (so I guess they add another ingredient to it like some stinky fish sauce) but it's good and it's authentic. It even has my fiance's mother's approval and that is saying a lot!
I like their pad thai. It can be sweet but I like it that way.
Their portions are on the small side and they are a little pricey. But compared to the Thai restaurant in Orange, we would rather go here since we like the food better.
My fiance enjoys their coconut juice too. I like the mango and sticky rice dessert when it is in season.
I don't think we liked the bubble tea.
Dr. Tumeniuk is my dentist and I kept him as my dentist because whenever I had a cavity, he was really gentle with that novacaine needle so it didn't hurt as much (or not at all but it's been a few years since I've had a cavity so my memory is a little fuzzy). You can't walk in and try to get an appointment though. They are very good at scheduling your 6 month appt. before you leave and they'll send you a reminder postcard and call you to remind you too. I've been going every 6 months religiously and I haven't had any dental problems in a long time. He also recommended an oral surgeon when I had to get all 4 of my wisdom teeth out and whomever he recommended was great!
I love Veniero's. I really like their strawberry shortcake so light and yummy. The fruit tarts are good too. I didn't know they closed down for a few months because they failed their health inspection. But they've re-opened so I'm assuming everything is good now. Yes, the lines are long on weekends but I've gone during the daytime and before dinner and it's fine. Tables are a little crowded.
This place may have replaced Kum Gang San as my favorite Korean place. While it's a little awkward getting into the table, you are not sitting on the floor. Food is great. Love their kalbi. I want to try the kobe every time I go but sometimes they are out of the one I want so I haven't tried it yet. I like their ventilation fan thing which sucks some of the bbq smell away from you. It get's a little crowded on Thursdays.
One of my favorite Korean Restaurants on the street. The white piano and the waterfall is nice and so is the lady that comes out in a traditional outfit to play an instrument sometimes. The food is good overall. I like the kalbi, bulgogi and bibimbop. I like their side dishes better than other places. I always leave with a very full stomach when I go there. I just hate smelling like barbecued meat in my clothes and hair but it's a small price to pay for good food.