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Located in the strip mall just south of Olive Boulevard on New Ballas Road, Zang Chi cooks up familiar Chinese food in west county and offers a wide delivery radius. Stay in or go out and enjoy any of Zang Chi's familiar and specialty items. Entrées include a "Wok on the Wild Side" with crispy chunks of chicken sautéed in barbecue sauce, "Romeo and Juliet" featuring prawns and slices of beef cooked together with mushrooms, peppers and broccoli, and "General Tso's Double Delight" with chicken and prawns cooked in a spicy, ginger-and-garlic sauce. Zang Chi's menu also features fried rice and noodles, appetizers and St. Paul sandwiches.
Nestled in a strip mall across Watson Road from Crestwood Court, Zen Thai & Japanese Cuisine provides diners staples from each food group its name represents. Starters include tempura, pot stickers, tom-yum soup and edamame. The Thai entrées offer pad thai, fried rice and a variety of curries, while the Japanese entrées highlight teriyaki and donburi (rice bowls). Zen also offers a sushi menu with the usual suspects - California roll, yellow tail, tuna, to name a few.
A fire nearly destroyed Hill stalwart Zia's in 2009. But luckily, the owners were able to rebuild and reopen the following February. Now diners can enjoy the restaurant's extensive menu of Italian dishes. For a twist on a local favorite, Zia's offers toasted seafood ravioli, stuffed with shrimp and crab meat. Zia's also offers steaks, veal, chicken and the standard pasta dishes, some of which feature Provel.
From the popovers with strawberry butter to the linen tablecloths to its location within Neiman Marcus, the Zodiac provides the quintessential spot for ladies who lunch. Other options at this upscale restaurant include a mandarin-orange soufflé, prime rib sandwich and a crab cake burger. The Zodiac is only open for lunch.
Located in the picturesque strip mall on New Ballas Road, just south of Olive Boulevard, Zoya's Express Café features casual European dining highlighted by Mediterranean and Russian flavors. This little spot with indoor and courtyard seating is open for breakfast and lunch and features a menu of salads, gyros, sandwiches, crepes and soups. Zoya's features a chilled borscht soup ideal for enjoying in the warmer weather, and the café makes its own bread and baklava. Zoya's also offers catering and delivery to the surrounding area and is closed on Sundays.
Zpizza's first St. Louis location is nestled between residences on Wydown Boulevard. While new to St. Louis, Zpizza has established more than 90 locations across the country, as well as two locations in Dubai and Vietnam. The restaurant's home base is in Newport Beach, California, and its West Coast roots certainly shine on the menu: Everything at Zpizza is made in-house, using organic ingredients -- tomato sauce, vegetables, meats -- and the menu lists calorie counts for each dish. With seven vegetarian pizzas to choose from, as well as vegan- and gluten-free options, Zpizza offers something for everyone.
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