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San Sai Japanese Grill is a fast-food sushi and Japanese restaurant in downtown St. Louis.
SanSai makes a great case for the introduction of Japanese fast food. This outlet of an incipient chain (there are four other SanSai operations, all in Southern California) hones the execution of deliciously fresh maki, sashimi and teriyaki plates to the razor's edge of a sushi knife -- and manages to pull it all off in under ten minutes per order. One of the healthiest, truly fast meals to be had, and the sashimi tuna salad, served on a bed of baby greens and frisée with rice and miso soup, is an excellent bargain.
The trio of Brendan Maciariello, Ryan Mangialardo and Daniel Porzel has made the calzone the focus of the imaginative downtown fast-casual concept Sauce on the Side. The menu lists fourteen varieties, from the pizza-like “Costanza” (pepperoni, basil, garlic, eggplant, mozzarella and ricotta) to the intriguing “Figgy Piggy” (bacon, figs, balsamic-glazed onions, mozzarella and Boursin). You can also build your own calzone from an extensive roster of meats, cheeses, fruits and vegetables. The concept is smart, the execution excellent.
The Schlafly Tap Room, opened in 1991, was the first brewery to open in Missouri since Prohibition, paving the way for more breweries in St. Louis. There are generally around 16-18 hand-crafted beers available on tap in the historic brick and timber building. The appetizer list includes pub favorites such as French fries, pretzels and beer bread, with a surprise or two like frog legs and pickled herring. There are five variations on the traditional English “Moules - Frites” plate. Hearty sandwiches and entrees round out the full menu. Live music can be heard Thursday through Sunday and the restaurant regularly hosts events, such as the Belgian Beer and Mussel Festival, Oyster Fest and various beer tastings.
Out with the old Sen Thai and in with the new bistro, in a new location on the first floor of the historic Shell Building. The menu is greatly expanded to include Japanese and Chinese entrées such as miso soup, the cold noodle dish zaru soba and tempura. Also offered are spicy salads, hot and cold noodle bowls and the expected Thai dishes. Prices are still reasonable, but the new location should draw a different downtown crowd.
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