BOBR: No Bones About It
No Bones About It
Vegetarian cuisine done right.
No bones about it, indeed. Our readers overwhelmingly named Siam Café as the place to go for a great slab of soy. Crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, Siam Café serves it right. (CC)
Best Veggie Burger
Vegetarians appreciate it when a restaurant cares about crafting a fine veggie burger instead of just plopping a pre-made patty on the menu. If it’s made by hand, it’s already got a lot working in its favor. Readers say Flying Star Café makes the burger they like best. (CC)
Best Vegetarian Menu
Is there any doubt? For vegetarians and carnivores alike, every platter at Annapurna Ayurvedic Cuisine and Chai House is a delicacy. The daily vegetable specials never fail to arouse our senses, the chai is something to write home about and the cardamom-mango pancakes are good enough to incite daydreams. We can’t forget the fresh coconut water or the staggering menu of loose-leaf teas. Three cheers for Annapurna. (CC)
Vegetarian Dish Meat-Eaters Can't Resist
You’re a dyed-in-the-wool carnivore. You like meat so rare it’s still bloody and breathing. And you wouldn’t be caught dead (get it, “dead”?) eating some froufrou, meatless, Earth-lovin’ hippie food. But let’s see you restrain yourself from digging into Annapurna Ayurvedic Cuisine and Chai House’s thaali plate or chapati bread. An appetite-busting array of all the restaurant’s daily vegetable specials is tantalizing and utterly irresistible. (CC)
Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) at KiMo Theatre
Screening of the classic film starring Clint Eastwood and Shirley MacLaine. Part of the Make My Day: Clint Eastwood Retrospective film series.
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