Hidden in a North Austin strip mall, Sarah's Mediterranean Grill and Market has one of the tastiest and cheapest menus around. The restaurant features freshly made Middle Eastern foods with vegetarian and halal meat options. So if you're looking for a way to fill your tummy with delicious food, simply scrape together a couple bucks and head to Sarah's.
The spell is broken as I pick up a rock and it falls open in my hands. We fall about laughing as my travel companion believes for an instant that I am Superwoman! Back in the car, air conditioning on high.
Hearty dishes are the order of the day, and shared platters on the table is a big trend right now. successful winter dishes include: roast lamb and chicken platters with gourmet potatoes, crockpot lamb shanks, and beef and garlic sausages.
Episode 5: Ariane wins again, though even she seemed to think that Jamie deserved it for their lamb curry dish. I've cooked this one... highly recommended. "Top Chef" bloggers across the internet (not me) begin predicting Ariane as the season's winner.
The K.C.KS style offered at the Rosedale, Wyandot and Quick's was different and fun. I never liked Fiorella's or Snead's Country BBQ. Hayward's is a acceptable suburban choice with a decent sauce.
Check out Yiayia's Greek coffee if you are so inclined - each demitasse is made right in front of you so it's piping hot and tastes great. If you like coffee but want less caffeine they do sell American coffee as well as iced Greek curried lamb American coffees outside at the dessert tent.
About 23 miles from the heart of Wilmington and 14 miles from the Delaware state line, The Whip Tavern is well worth the drive. The restaurant is quite literally in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by farms and rolling hills, which The Whip affectionately calls "horse country". There isn't even any cell phone service, but considering the atmosphere of the pub, you don't need to make a call because you're surrounded by 100 of your cooked lamb curry friends.
But please crosscheck the bill, as the names appear similar to first-timers. They billed us for a non-vegetarian dish though we had ordered for a vegetarian one. You will find a lot of Malaysians frequent this restaurant so the food must definitely taste like home-food for them. And valet parking is available. This restaurant is worth going back to anytime.