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KT's lies in an unassuming strip mall in Oakville and serves a simple menu of bar staples. Diners can feast of wings, toasted ravioli and even chicken livers to start. Bigger bites include a Gerber, a pulled-pork sandwich and TJ's Pizza. Guests can sit at a booth or table or belly up to the bar and catch the game on the TV. KT's serves food Wednesday through Friday and offers carryout.
A straightforward restaurant -- a single room, cash only -- that serves excellent Middle-Eastern food. As you might expect from the name, the kebabs here are especially good, with a deep char-grilled flavor. Gyros are good, too, thanks to a tasty tzatziki sauce, and falafel is pretty much perfect, each chickpea fritter as fat as a baseball, with a crisp exterior and a soft inside. The tahini sauce is delicious -- and spicy. Those who have been seeking lamb liver or lamb heart will find it here
The cover of the June 1985 National Geographic featured the now famous portrait of Sharbat Gula, "the Afghan Mona Lisa." Though her identity was not known at the time, she instantly became one of the most famous Afghan women. Her portrait on the wall at Kabob Palace on Manchester Road in Ballwin is a reminder that this is an Afghan restaurant, currently the only in Missouri, and that its proprietors take pride in that heritage. The understated Middle Eastern décor and elegant dining room set an overall comfortable atmosphere. The menu includes familiar Persian dishes, including sambosas filled with potatoes and scallions or byriani served with vegetables, chicken or shrimp, stir-fried and served with bread and chutney. Other Afghan dishes include Afghani muntoo - pockets stuffed with ground beef and onions and topped with seasoned beef and lintels - or qabelli palau - lamb or chicken with rice cooked in lamb stock with raisins and carrots. Kabob Palace also features a wide selection of kebabs, such as Kabob Palace kobedah beef kebabs served with grilled tomatoes or Afghani chapli kebabs - spicy hamburger patties served with rice, salad and naan. Kabob Palace is also available for catering and private parties.
Brian Pelletier, owner and chief chocolatier at Kakao Chocolate left his career in the corporate world after twenty years to focus on his passion: chocolate. Since 2008, he has been sharing this passion with his patrons. Using all-natural ingredients, Kakao's selection of sweets includes chocolate bark, a variety of bars with different chocolate blends and seasonal offerings such as rose petal in the spring, which is spun from red rooibos tea and rose petals, dipped in milk chocolate and drizzled with white chocolate, and eggnog at Christmastime - white chocolate with rum, bourbon and nutmeg. Kakao also sells gift boxes of its treats.
Brian Pelletier, owner and chief chocolatier at Kakao Chocolate left his career in the corporate world after twenty years to focus on his passion: chocolate. Since 2008, he has been sharing this passion with his patrons. Using all-natural ingredients, Kakao's selection of sweets includes chocolate bark, a variety of bars with different chocolate blends and seasonal offerings such as rose petal in the spring, which is spun from red rooibos tea and rose petals, dipped in milk chocolate and drizzled with white chocolate, and eggnog at Christmastime – white chocolate with rum, bourbon and nutmeg. Kakao also sells gift boxes of its treats.
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Tucked away on one of St. Louis’ most picturesque street corners, Kaldi’s quaintly cramped shopfront ain’t much bigger than a bread box -- yet its menu is almost as broad as what you’d find at a truck-stop diner. You could actually put together a little three-course meal: Start with the soup of the day, a salad or a shared order of black-bean nachos; move on to a stuffed croissant or grilled cheese; then polish it all off with a slice of pie. Kaldi’s roasts its own coffee beans, so if you’re too stuffed to even consider a cup of joe, take some home with you. See listing for additional locations under "Webster/Kirkwood" and "West County."
Tucked away on one of St. Louis' most picturesque street corners, Kaldi's quaintly cramped shopfront ain't much bigger than a bread box -- yet its menu is almost as broad as what you'd find at a truck-stop diner. You could actually put together a little three-course meal: Start with the soup of the day, a salad or a shared order of black-bean nachos; move on to a stuffed croissant or grilled cheese; then polish it all off with a slice of pie. Kaldi's roasts its own coffee beans, so if you're too stuffed to even consider a cup of joe, take some home with you. See listing for additional locations under "Webster/Kirkwood" and "West County."
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