Sushi is a complex world of flavors, textures, and colors that may seem intimidating at first. Wasabi Sushi Bar’s spread of more than 90 rolls includes simple california and bluefin rolls for the sushi newbie as well as adventurous items for those delving deeper into the realm of maki.
Yellowfin tuna and cucumber slices fill the more simplistic rolls, and shrimp tempura and avocado cut the delicate brine flavor of barbecued eel in other offerings. The sushi chefs also liberally sprinkle a housemade tempura crunch topping at the sushi bar, and new york strip steaks crackle beneath spicy teriyaki sauces at the grill.
Little India's crisp interior is set aglow by colorful Indian art, the strains of sitar music, and an extensive menu of house-blended curries and tandoori dishes from the mouthwatering minds of Punjabi master chefs, all of which have landed it on 5280 magazine's Reader's Choice list for Best Indian. Tandoori meats emerge from piping hot clay ovens, including the chicken ginger kebab, marinated in a ginger mint sauce and nestled in a bed of onions ($13.99) and an assortment of shrimp, chicken, lamb, and fish kebabs with mint-cilantro and tamarind chutneys ($18.99), leaving behind empty skewers that form perfect rapiers for advanced food fighting. House favorites include the fiery lamb madras ($14.99) and the vegetarian navratan korma, a pool party of mixed veggies floating languidly in cream sauce and nuts ($10.99). A sumptuous array of baked-to-order breads ($2.25–$3.99) buttress main meals with assistance from an array of sweet and savory toppings and fillings, a more elegant form of carbohydrate enhancement than trying to stuff a whole cheese sandwich in the toaster.
Lucky Strike Lanes Belmar's 16 synthetic lanes gleam under a healthy collection of neon lights and high-definition television screens as leather sofas at each lane cradle guests who patiently wait their turn. When not bowling, bowlers can play foosball or billiards at the onsite pub or order from a full menu of pizzas, sandwiches, and other grilled items. The pub’s wooden accents add to the alley’s decor, which harks back to midcentury lounge styling without vintage drawbacks such as faulty ball returns or the ghosts of failed mayoral candidates floating down the alleyways.
With its authentic British tearoom hospitality, refined quaintness, and hearty traditional British fare, The House of Windsor offers an elegant European-style light meal without having to jet across the pond. With this deal, tea-timers are seated at tables covered in lace cloths for a delightful full afternoon tea. Gather your friends and wax poetic over a gathering of six finger sandwiches, a selection of fresh fruit, and the agonizing choice of whether to nibble on trifle or petit four. Tea-sippers can also nosh on The House of Windsor's scones, made fresh on-site and complemented by a serving of jam and clotted cream. You'll also get a bottomless teapot, achieved through a complicated bending of the space-tea continuum. Although the House of Windsor's dining room brims with charm and class, diners can feel comfortable wearing jeans or shorts.