This award-winning restaurant is quite successful and well-known in the city. Its delicious pulled pork, baby-back ribs and beef brisket are bringing in call after call for catering orders, and the cafe is always full. The cafe uses a cute pig motif to keep the place fun, with pig curtains, aprons and tablecloths. The service is extremely friendly and accommodating. Catering is available for all your corporate or other celebrations.
Star of India gives new meaning to the word "hospitality," warmly welcoming each guest to this intimate restaurant by name. The accompanying feast combines fresh ingredients, authentic recipes and gorgeous presentation. The onion Kulcha bread is scrumptious, but when combined with the Saag Paneer, tender chunks of homemade cheese in lightly-seasoned creamed spinach, it is sheer heaven. If you like spicy, try the lamb vindaloo. Or, just sample a bit of everything on the daily lunch buffet. Portions are large, so expect leftovers, and then save room for dessert. Finish with a glass of Indian marsala tea.
This tiny restaurant, located in the charming Heights' district, draws a fairly-large, mid-30s crowd each weekend. The prices are a bit higher than your average Chinese restaurant, but this place is anything but average. The menu includes revamped versions of the usual Chinese fare, each served with artistic presentation. Look for larger, fresher vegetables and more generous servings of meat and seafood. The atmosphere is contemporary and upbeat, with modern Chinese rock in the background. Free delivery is available in a limited area.
Fresh catch from the sea, grilled to perfection to bring out delicious flavors, is what you can expect at Flying Fish. Seafood delights, varying across fish, shrimp, oysters, crab, catfish and crawfish are offered here. If seafood is not what you're looking for, worry not, they also have an array of chicken, burgers and salads to please the discerning palate. Flying Fish is an ideal place to gorge on sumptuous meals at budget rates. This restaurant takes pride in featuring the first Billy Bass Adoption Wall, where Billy Bass donated by a customer is mounted.
Sushi done right is exquisite, and at Kiyens you'll find fresh, delicious sushi along with other Japanese dishes. The atmosphere is casual and vibrant, so it's a great place to come whether you're dining alone or celebrating with a group. They have a good selection of wine and sake. You can also find handmade bread baked daily here. For fresh, quality sushi, look no further than Kiyens!
River City has just the gift you need for a birthday, wedding or anniversary. Its beautiful gift baskets are filled with delicious shortbread cookies, flavorful coffee, imported jams and rich fudge. Or, create your own personalized basket with the shop's wonderful selection of aromatic specialty coffees, delectable hand-dipped chocolates and soothing teas in a variety of flavors. They offer shipping world-wide.
Serving delicious American classics along with an array of healthy food for the conscious, the Root Café in Downtown is a must visit when in Little Rock. Well connected to its roots, all ingredients used here are sourced locally and dishes prepared with care. The menu features vegan and vegetarian options as well. Indulge in delicious burgers, salads, sandwiches, soups and numerous other delicacies. You can enjoy your meal with a pint of beer or mug of fine roasted coffee. The quaint café has friendly service and a cozy vibe.
South on Main situated in the heart of Little Rock is an American restaurant serving a wide range of Soul Food items that are not only delicious but also reasonably priced. Classic dishes like Roasted Duck Breast, Seared Lamb and Pork Ribs served here are made in the traditional recipe using locally procured ingredients and are popular amongst the patrons. Apart from the delicious food, South On Main also offers live music and other performing arts events on a regular basis for the entertainment of the patrons. Film screenings, literary readings and musical performances organized here are visited by locals in large numbers.
Lifelong dream of owner Don Dugan, Dugan's Pub has quickly become a local favorite. Raising the bar on the usual pub-grub, Dugan's cuisine is made from scratch, using fresh, local ingredients. Expect to find traditional pub fare like soups, salads, appetizers, sandwiches and burgers. An unexpected find is there Irish portion of the menu, which features bangers and mash, Guinness chicken and of course the ubiquitous corned beef hash. The decor lends a cozy air to the bright and open space with dark wood furnishings, stained glass accents, intimate booths and even a double sided fireplace.