Grill Faro is the first restaurant in the “restaurant alley” in Costa Meloneras, if you come from north/west. Part of the restaurant is at upper level and the crowdiest area at the same level as all other “alley” restaurants. 231 more words
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We had thoroughly enjoyed the food and the ambience at the Spice Garden Restaurant on our first visit and were going back for more.
Back in the US, especially in Tucson, where we lived, there were pretty good Indian restaurants, but they weren’t strictly vegetarian. 499 more words
The LA Grill and Bistro in Richmond is located in a mini mall at No. 2 and Blundell Road and serves up late night specials starting at 8:30pm until closing. 204 more words
If you’re looking for good eats in an interesting locale, you only have to take a detour to Japantown (or Railtown if you’re going for the newer, gentrified moniker) to find Belgard Kitchen on the corner of Dunlevy Avenue and Alexander Street. 309 more words
Restaurant The House Meloneras is one of the 6 restaurants at “restaurant alley”. All restaurants are close to each other and actually do not differ so much from each other (except Chinese and Sushi/Mexican restaurants). 264 more words
There was a time when the words “dim sum” meant heading down to Chinatown… places like Ming’s in the heart of Chinatown would have lineups that stretched down their staircase (when I was a kid, I thought their staircase was enormous). 450 more words