Image viaYou can eat a lot more sushi than this at Sushi Ai.This week I visit Sushi Ai, an all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant in Maryland Heights.In theory, all-you-can-eat sushi is a terrifying concept, the death blow to a noble cuisine struck by the imperialist reach of gluttonous America. I ima ... More >>
This week's dining column by Ian Froeb covers Haveli Indian restaurant on Page Avenue in Overland.Photographer Jennifer Silverberg brings back these eighteen photos from the restaurant, its kitchen and the people behind it. Here are a few highlights. Photo: Jennifer SilverbergTandoor chef Inderjeet ... More >>
Jennifer SilverbergTandoori chicken and mango lassi at HaveliThis week I visit Haveli, an Indian restaurant that opened late last year at 9720 Page Avenue in Overland. Follow me over the jump for a sneak preview of my review.
Jennifer SilverbergMy review of the Indian restaurant Mayuri is now available online. Mayuri is located at 12513 Olive Boulevard in Creve Coeur, in the space previously occupied by the Indian restaurant Ruchi. For more information, call 314-576-7272 or visit the restaurant's website. In this week ... More >>
Dara StricklandThe virtues of sushi as a food are significant, but its value to a sneak may be as elusive as a flying bird's reflection on a rippling pond. I've crafted these handy tables for you to compare the virtues of eating sushi in a restaurant to sneaking it into a movie theater. &nbs ... More >>
Café Lazeez 14248 Manchester Rd (Suite H), Manchester636-527-5900 Pizza, Burgers, Biryani, and KabobsThe sign outside of Café Lazeez reads, "Pizza, Burgers, Biryani, and Kabobs." This sounded like a place that would please everyone in our large group. My only hesitation in bringing the gang? ... More >>
flickr.com/photos/framboise "What this country needs," Woodrow Wilson's vice president, Thomas Riley Marshall, once famously observed, "is a good five-cent cigar." If Marshall were alive and living in St. Louis today, he'd no doubt opine, "What this city needs is some dece ... More >>
This week I visit Momoyama's, the Chesterfield sushi restaurant formerly known (and loved by many) as Yoshi's.I'm sure I've said it before, but a sushi restaurant is very difficult to critique, maybe the most difficult of all restaurant types, especially in St. Louis, where the sushi restaurants for ... More >>
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