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If you have a yen for Middle Eastern baked goods, then West Village Bakery is the perfect choice. Specializing in Levantine and Middle Eastern baking, this local gem has created a niche for itself in the hearts of foodies in the locality and beyond. Their Manaeesh (Manakish) is a hit among their patrons and so are their spinach pies. The manaeesh is a type of flatbread served with different toppings. Freshly baked daily, you can choose your toppings such as zaatar, cheese, kishq, soujouck and meat. The aroma of these savory delights will surely tempt your appetite, while the cheap prices will make your wallets happy.
Family-owned and traditionally rooted, the Roman Village serves freshly made pastas and pizzas crafted with the help of passed-down recipes. Besides this, there is also the delight of freshly baked bread to be experienced, calzones, soups and flavorful sauces to be tried and the variety of lasagnas that feature on the menu never fail to charm the guests. Add to that exceptionally friendly service, a lovely ambiance straight out of a cozy Italian kitchen and an intimate seating space. The Roman Village also caters and rents out its restaurant for private events,
Saigon House brings the taste of Thailand and Vietnam to the city. Its pleasant and cozy ambiance is a welcoming space for families, groups and even single diners. Whet your appetite with crispy spring rolls and crispy wontons. Or try their mango salad and Tom Yum soup. Relish curries such as Thai red or yellow, Pad Thai, Tango Mango and Thai Basil. They offer different styles of noodles such as Singaporean, Malaysian and Thai. Their phos (Vietnamese noodles soups) are a hit among their patrons. Alcoholic drinks are not served at this restaurant. Please carry cash as credit cards are not accepted.
Sweet Chili Indian Restaurant is a casual dining place to try out some of the varied specialties of Indian cuisine. The restaurant offers numerous options in its menu, wherein one can find the diverse regional specialties of India. Some of the dishes served here are Masala Chicken Biryani, Chana Masala and Tandoori Chicken Masala. The restaurant is an ideal place for spicy food lovers and a must visit for its warm and friendly service.
When it opened, Windsor Seoul was the only Korean restaurant in town and its surrounding areas. Today it is one of the best places in the area to relish delightful Korean and Japanese fare. Buttercup yellow walls adorned with floral artwork and photo frames, hanging lampshades and travel souvenirs, give it a pleasant look. Everything is prepared fresh on-site as per order. Their menu includes soups, Korean BBQ buffet, Japanese fusion, noodles, combo dishes, hot pot and rice dishes. Vegetarians also have a variety to choose from. Savor their dishes like the soft tofu soup, Sizzling Bibimbab, Military Stew, Spicy Pork (Jae Yook Bok Eum), Vegetable Kim Bab, stir-fried squid and Kimchi Stew. Please bring cash along as credit cards are not accepted.
Jubba Restaurant is a no-frills eatery that has wowed diners with their homestyle African food. If you are looking to try out some ethnic cuisine, then head to this place. Though the menu is limited, the generously portioned dishes are delicious and cheap. There are special deals for students since it is very near to the University. Savor their dishes like the chicken leg with either rice or spaghetti, beef stew and curry goat. Round off your meal with a milkshake. You can be sure of a satisfying exerience, both wallet and palate-wise.