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  • Japanese Oriental Restaurant
    The Japanese Oriental Restaurant in Columbus, Ohio offers residents a truly unique dining experience with various Asian Cuisines and fresh sushi served seven days a week. They have indoor and outdoor seating, and have just created some new and exciting dishes that can be found on the website. The menu can now be viewed and/or download on your mobile phone using android or iOS devices. Enjoy all your favorite sushi rolls including the California roll, Boston roll, teriyaki salmon roll, Alaskan roll and half a dozen vegetarian rolls. There’s also a long menu of spicy rolls that are sure to please. The nigiri menu is quite extensive and includes tuna, crab, octopus, yellowtail, mackerel, sea urchin, squid and many other favorites. For those who don’t like the taste of raw fish, sushi rolls can be deep fried for an additional $2. Japanese Oriental Restaurant features call in/pick up and take-out orders.
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    2283 N High St
    Columbus, OH US
  • Basil
    When Basil Restaurant opened in 2009, the Columbus Dispatch reported on owner Rhome Ruanphae's inspiration: his mother?s string of successful Thai restaurants?beginning with Thai Village in Chicago?s Wicker Park neighborhood?that she ran with her husband while he was growing up. Rhome borrowed his mother?s culinary mastery for Basil, which teleports taste buds to Thailand with a menu of authentic Southeast Asian cuisine. Chefs gather rice or egg noodles to lay the foundation for many entrees, such as specialty kee mow, a soft or crispy maelstrom of rice noodles with thai basil, tomatoes, and bell peppers. The menu also features a rainbow of curries, soups, salads, and appetizers to keep ravenous diners from eating their napkins. The seasoned confines of a former antique shop welcome diners to Basil Restaurant, decked out with bare brick and a retro advertisement for ice painted on the back wall. As a glittering chandelier casts light on colorful curries, wine-dark panels of varnished wood gaze at diners from the wall, and exposed lengths of ductwork add a neoindustrial aesthetic without the overkill of steam-powered dessert trays or austere Orwellian maitre d's.
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    1124 N High St
    Columbus, OH US
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