Ambrosia Bella is a cozy escape for those who crave fresh-made desserts, café fare, and rich espresso hidden beneath a cap of foam. Co-owners Miranda Hartwell and Ben Lamson, a former Marine who doubles as Ambrosia's executive chef, take care to keep their restaurant relaxed and slightly whimsical. Drawing on a catering background with the Food Network and charitable catering events for Rosie O'Donnell and FEMA, Miranda and Ben prepare a rustic-hewn menu for breakfast, lunch, and snacks, with refined accents such as champagne vinaigrette and garlic-truffle cream cheese.
After sinking teeth into a few crab-cake sliders, guests can thank Ambrosia Bella for its contributions to the Steuben County Animal Shelter, or solicit Ben to craft a bone-shaped danish to feed the dogs, cats, and tiny humans within all of our hearts.
Mulligans Restaurant and Pub whisks palates on a cross-country journey with American fare inspired by New York's steak houses, Louisiana's shrimp boats, and fishing trips in the Florida Keys. Steaks come in 8-, 10-, or 12-ounce cuts, which can be marinated, char-grilled, or slathered in seasonings. Shrimp swim toward tables in coconut breading or stilt-walk through pastas on Cajun-spiced skewers. Diners can supplement bites with sips or hour-long swishes from the full bar, which includes an extensive martini and wine selection.
Chalkboards mounted on a canary-yellow wall display the current menus at Trios Deli, with seasonal specials joining casual-dining mainstays such as breakfast burritos, grilled reuben sandwiches, and greek salads. Lattes and fruit smoothies energize diners with a burst of natural caffeine or sugars. Head chef Dan Scott also oversees the restaurant's catering operations, which feed parties large and small with customized menus of comfort food from hand-carved spiral hams to hand-stuffed seafood ravioli to hand-woven spaghetti blankets.
According to BattleCreekEnquirer.com, Taste of India owner Harjinder "Kevin" Singh founded the 80-seat restaurant with his longtime friend Chef Hyder after trying for nearly 17 years to find an outlet for his Indian recipes. He emigrated from the Punjab region of India in 1995 and has always shared a passion for cooking his native country's cuisine. In the kitchen, he and Hyder whip up tender lamb skewers and tandoori ginger chicken, as well fresh baked naan bread and a dynamic menu of meat and veggie curries that mirror the colorful dining room's burgundy booths, cinnamon-hued walls, and carpet woven from julienned cauliflower.
Cuisine Type: Cajun seafood
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 50+
Parking: Parking lot
Alcohol: Full bar
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Pro Tip: We serve the freshest gulf coast seafood available.
Are there any dishes on the menu you consider to be a hidden gem?not necessarily the most popular, but surprisingly delicious? Yes, our crab cakes.
In your own words, how would you describe your menu? We receive the freshest Gulf Coast seafood available, and we serve it with Cajun flair. We also hand-cut our steaks and grind our own burgers.
Singh Restaurant treats its guests to a smorgasbord of Indian and American dishes, from tender morsels of tandoori-baked chicken and fish, to specialty Indian-style pizzas made with fluffy naan crust. Guests savor the rich flavors and spices of lamb, chicken, and beef curry, or feast from an extensive vegetarian menu of meals such as bhindi masala and palak paneer.