^ that is because the original chef is gone....
Passing on the cheese is a big mistake. There is always room for cheese.
Why not highlight world wines and liquor in mentor. That is where your picture is from isnt it???
Khiêm's Vietnamese Cuisine in Lakewood is good as well. The restaurant decor is nothing special, but I promise the Pho is amazing!
Khiem's in Lakewood!
Plug for Tay Do for anyone on the west side suburbs. Definitely one of Cleveland's oldest and tastiest mom-and-pop Viet places.
Mama Fu's, a new Asian place in Great Northern has a decent pho as well.
I just spent an evening there. It was wonderful until the owner heard I was a gay man. I when I left to pay he assaulted me and told me my kind was not welcome there. I had come as a part of a group of men who were my friends. I was suddenly separated from them and intimidated with physical harm. I was shocked and thought it a joke at first and reminded them it was 2013. The owner and his brother were relentless and I feared for my well being as I tried to flee to the parking lot. I have not experienced this type of discrimination even in the South in over 2 decades. Shame on Cleveland. I will be consulting with my lawyers to close this operation down. It was horrifying.
People who look for things to criticize should steer clear of adventurous restaurants. The quirkiness of these places -- including the service and language barriers -- is part of the experience.
I could go for a Fatheads growler!!
Red Wine & Brew opening late January early February in Mentor with 30 growler taps as well as 3000+ other beers, 6000+ wines, 150+ premium cigars, wine bar and lounge with outdoor......
Needs me a bowl of Pho!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
How could you not mention Tay Do in Parma? It's a customer favorite with 4 and 5 star reviews on yelp! The food is DELICIOUS!
Pholicious in Southpark Mall is awesome!!
Yes - but do they have Cumin lamb - which is our favorite at Gourmet Wonton. And the three kinds of dumplings ramen soup - is also killer.
But since we shop at Tink Holl - its definitely time to sit down and try out some of this fare...
The first rule of Szechuan Gourmet is you don't talk about Szechuan Gourmet.
I live right around the corner and gave up on the place. The menu is long as hell and half the items on the menu they don't even have especially the appetizers. None of the staff even comes close to speaking any English and who knows what you're going to get from the kitchen. I ordered 3 or 4 items and each time my waitress was saying "Pepsi"?
The service is extremely slow. More than once I had to get up with my menu and go give someone my order and the same with getting the check. There are so many better places to go in Midtown.
Bac is delicious. And i live in Tremont and have eaten everywhere around. I haven't been to bac in almost two months and do not know about these new menu additions. I can tell you I was there all summer with family or friends once or twice a week for small plates and the most refreshing summer cocktail I ever had, their cucumber and vodka drink. So crisp, refreshing, and with the tiniest bit of sweetness. That made all the great small plates taste even better. Who wants a layer of sugar on their tongue while eating? Lol. My favorite is their pork Rangoon, to die for. Everything I ever had there is delightful though. Well, I guess im off to get that Rangoon and a ban mi now. I guess ill have to try something new as well. Im sure it will be tasty. Enjoy!
Transplant 1 - you probably haven't visited a good happy hour lately.
From a service standpoint, if you eat ten baskets of bread and then complain about your meal, know I'll be waiting outside for you, because my steller owner/operator will give you your meal for free while I bend over to take it up the cuss!
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