Some dishes on Thai Siam’s expansive menu will make you break a sweat, but items can be modified to diner’s spiciness preferences. Chef’s specialties include crispy red snapper with Thai chili sauce, Jungle Curry, and spicy string beans.
Chinese classics like stir-fries and spring rolls share space with signature dishes including beef or chicken in a spicy Grand Marnier reduction and lamb in ginger-black bean sauce. The drink list includes house martinis like the pineapple cosmo and infused Finlandia vodka martinis.
The first Korean restaurant in town, Lee’s is still much loved. Signature dishes include the stone bee bim bob — rice, vegetables, beef and egg served in traditional Korean hot sauce in a hot stone bowl.
A gastropub in Westport Village offering everything from hand-battered shrimp corn dogs and skirt steak tacos to pork spring rolls. Serving more than 20 local craft beers on tap and an original cocktail list, including an award-winning boody mary.
Our readers say it’s the best traditional pie in town, with piled-high toppings for big appetites. Besides traditional pizza, Wick’s has pizza-inspired appetizers like the Stuffed Breadwick and the Wick-A-Dilla.
The only Colombian restaurant in the region, La Colombiana serves authentic fare like arepas (a cornmeal cake filled with meat, cheese or beans) and bandeja paisa (rice, red beans, skirt steak, chicharron, sweet plantains, a fried egg, and avocado).
Chef and restaurateur Huong “CoCo” Tran’s newly opened Roots continues her passion for serving inventive and flavorful vegetarian food. The menu consists of Asian and a few Mediterranean influenced small plates. Try the crispy potato nest filled with bok choy, green peas, yellow squash, carrots and broccoli.
This colorfully decorated restaurant serves up authentic Cuban classics like empanadas, arroz con pollo, and the famous Cuban sandwich. We suggest the Cubana-Santiago cold appetizer or the mariquitas and guacamole.