The Mediteranno Cafe is a great diversion from the ubiquitous hamburgers, burritos, and other fast food fair that a 30 minute workday lunch usually offers. The food is fresh, if a bit bland, and there are some really great standouts on the buffet. Read More at The Whole Hog
There’s not much to say about Brugge (pronounced Brooj) Brasserie except that the food and drink there are awesome! If you like generous servings and delicious Belgian food that you can’t get just anywhere, this is the place for you. Read More at The Whole Hog
Rating: Cuisine: Cuban Dress: Casual Average Price of an Entrée: $7.00 Children Friendly? Yes It seems Jeff and I are on a streak. We haven’t been to a restaurant that deserves less than Three Piggies in over a month! This week we are back on the west side of Indy reviewing one of the very few Caribbean restaurants in Indianapolis, the Havana Cafe. I find it amusing this little cafe is located just around the corner from the Saigon Restaurant we reviewed last week. Is it me or does the west side have the widest variety of ethnic restaurants in Indy? … Read More at The Whole Hog
Interested in a new, light, and tongue pleasing experience? Then look no further than the Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant. They have the flavors and freshness to please you and enough variety to keep you coming back for more. This was definitely one of my better dining experiences in the last year and I’m looking forward to my next visit. Read More at The Whole Hog
One of the great things about Indian food is that you can satisfy a wide variety of tastes and dietary requirements with one cuisine. There’s something for the carnivore, as long as the carnivore likes chicken, and there’s something for the vegan, vegetarian, and diet conscious. Indian is really one of the best choices to serve when feeding a diverse group of people.
In summary: It’s a great lunch for a great price; however, if you want the heat, order off the menu. Read More at The Whole Hog