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A welcome addition to Coventry Village's restaurant row, this comfy bistro serves a pan-Asian menu, with a focus on Japanese, Thai,and Korean cuisines. Big lineup of sushi, too.
Long a catering company’s commissary, and a lunching spot for locals, Trifles has recently added dinner to the mix. Visit on Thursday, Friday or Saturday evenings and enjoy a well-constructed listing of affordable wines by the bottle and glass, as well as a limited but fitting menu of soups, apps and entrees.
This sharp-dressed bistro offers an all-day menu of reasonably priced Italian starters, sandwiches, pizzas, pastas, and entrées.
What this jewel box of a bistro lacks in size, it more than makes up for in style, thanks to an umami-filled contemporary Asian menu. There are nods to Chinese, Thai and Japanese cuisine, with stellar ingredients buoyed by complementary flavors and spices. Sushi and seafood shine, as do heartier meats like pork belly and duck. Vegetarians can even dine well on crispy tofu and pad Thai.
Boasting one of the very few wood-burning ovens in town, Vero turns out some of the most authentic Neapolitan-style pizza around. Owner Marc-Aurele Buholzer inherited the oven — and the space — from the previous tenant, La Gelateria. The gelato is the same, but the pizza is much improved. An airy, chewy edge blistered with char gives way to a thin, crisp inner crust supporting a few choice ingredients. These pies are meant to be enjoyed fresh from the oven.
Part of a small regional chain with locations in Montrose and Canton, this splashy Japanese steakhouse boasts ocean blue accents, uptempo music and lighting, and mesmerizing water features. In addition to the good, filling and typical hibachi feasts, the menu offers a full line-up of sushi, tempura, noodle and teriyaki dishes.
A line begins forming out the door around 10:30 a.m. and it doesn’t seem to let up for hours. Breakfast is served all day and features the usual egg and batter suspects plus killer corned beef hash, over-stuffed omelets and a well-stacked breakfast sandwich.
With roots dating back to 1840, this quaint rural tavern has a long history. Since being acquired by Gamekeeper’s Hospitality, the Inn has taken on a fresh appearance. Hearty home-style comfort foods like chicken pot pie, meatloaf and roast turkey dinner mingle with more modern pastas, seafood and steaks. Full bar.
The same burgers, sandwiches & omelets as other YT locations, in a pretty little pocket-handkerchief of a restaurant. The few tables and counter stools are usually full during peak hours; carryout is a reasonable alternative.
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