The Fiddlehead Restaurant, located on Hammond Street, serves local delights in an elegant setting. Perfect for a quiet romantic date, the beautiful place oozes charm and enthralls patrons with its plush decor, lovely offerings and courteous service. Classic dishes like grilled romaine salad, lobster pappardelle and many more grace the menu here - all of which are prepared using fresh, local ingredients and served with great care. The sublime flavors, great service and the magnificent dining destination that Fiddlehead is, keeps the locals as well as visitors coming back for more.
With Celtic symbols decorating the edges of the sigh above a door which has bright green trimmings, Paddy Murphy's brings you the feel of Ireland even before you step in through the doors. Open throughout the winter months when most other establishments close down, this restaurant serves traditional Irish fare as well as some slightly Americanized dishes. They also serve a variety of delicious and crafty beers, flavorful coffee and, of course, like any good Irish pub, delicious, strong Guinness.
Ichiban on Union Street offers a range of Japanese delights other than the usual sushi rolls. Fresh, local ingredients blend well with old, traditional recipes and the result is a much-adored menu full of favorites like spicy tuna salad, California hand rolls, kamikaze maki roll, to name some. Although are many maki, temaki, sashimi and tempura preparations, there is a wide variety of rice, noodle and curry dishes as well. The service is good and the over all experience at Ichiban is well worth it.
When it comes to Mexican food, no one quite does it like Miguel's on Hogan Road. The eatery serves delicious Mex staples like burritos, nachos, tacos and such. The use of fresh, locally sourced ingredients and traditional, authentic recipes is evident in the brilliant colors and taste of the offerings here. Exotic flavors, spices and seasoned culinary talent blends to produce masterpieces such as fish tacos, Burrito Escondida and tacos gringos, to name a few. The service is nice and friendly and the ambiance is cozy and casual, over all, a great place to enjoy a family-style Mexican feast.
Although Bangor enjoys it's fair share of Asian food, it falls somewhat short on Indian cuisine. Taste of India is one of very few restaurants in town that gives the locals their regular Indian fix. Located on Main Street, close to Maine Discovery Musuem, the restaurant offers delicious staples like rotis, curries, rice, including many meat and poultry preparations as well as an eclectic vegetarian selection. Midst an elegant setting, the restaurant serves scrumptious offerings like lamb vindaloo, chana masala and chicken tikka masala, to name a few. Thanks to the efficient service and the delightfully-moderate prices, this one's worth a visit.