Restaurant Roundup: Thai Pepper-Mikado to Georges'
Patch reviews Thai Pepper-Mikado, Ekta, Cafette, Lamplighter Tavern, Hot Spot Diner, Tea and Cakes Tea Room, Mt. Airy Day 2011, McShea's, Dalessandro's Steaks and Hoagies and Georges'
Looking for a good restaurant to go to this weekend?
Ardmore Patch brought you the details of Thai Pepper-Mikado Restaurants Thursday. A taste of Siam or sashimi and sushi await at this dual dining destination. The fish is fresh, the staff welcoming and now you don’t have to choose between Thai or Japanese—you can have it all. Click here for the review.
If that restaurant isn’t to your liking, check out other area restaurants that Patch reviewed this week:
Glorious Indian food abounds at this newly opened BYOB. Stop in for some spicy vindaloo, toothsome chicken biryani and a myriad of Indian desserts. Click here for the review.
A guy who began as a dishwasher years ago now runs the kitchen at this beloved neighborhood eatery. His Steak Noir is disappearing as fast as he can make it. Click here for the Meet the Chef.
Tight-fisted or fiscally savvy diners will love the Ten Dollar Tuesdays here at the Tavern. All items on the featured menu are only ten bucks. Trying to find an equal bargain this day and age will be near impossible. Click here for the review.
The Greeks gave us democracy, the Olympics, flaming cheese and the proud chef at Hot Spot. His homemade soups and prime rib are worth the trip. Click here for the Meet the Chef.
An industry vet who has literally cooked for royalty stepped out of the limelight and behind the stove at this cozy tea room in the town of Media, “there’s no place like it in the world”, she claims. Click here for the Meet the Chef.
Meats on a stick, meatballs, funnel cake and the decadent and delicious fried Oreo make appearances on this round-up of fair fare. Click here for the full review.
A killer burger is just the beginning at this great tavern and restaurant. Stop in for a cold beer, great food and even some seasonal offerings. Yay soft shell crabs! Click here for the review.
A confident contender in the battle for cheesesteak supremacy, this place has been in business for over 50 years. The beef is rib-eye and it’s finely chopped. Opt for the provolone and wash it down with a beer. Click here for the review.
A four star chef opens up a casual yet sophisticated dining destination in Wayne and we are the luckier for it. No fuss, flavorful food and impeccable service are the draw here. Click here for the review.