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There’s a comforting vibe at Divine Indulgence Café. Even though there's no family currently residing inside, the warm, repurposed house keeps its homelike atmosphere. The dining areas evoke the feeling of a well-worn abode with dark-wood furnishings and shelved knickknacks. The coziness extends to the menu as well, surfacing in comfort food dishes such as fish tacos or guacamole burgers made with house-made beef patties, Havarti cheese, bacon, guacamole salsa, and fresh baguettes. Decadent slices of cake and more than 20 different flavors of tea also add to the cafe's homeyness, as does the the baristas' constant reminders not to play ball inside.
Yo Ramen! boasts a menu of ramen, rice, and seaweed-encased rolls. Chefs simmer cauldrons of salt-, soy-, and miso-based broths with fleets of ramen noodles and fresh fixings. Rice creations include bibimbap topped with beef, veggies, and red chili paste or hwe dup bap laden with raw fish instead of beef. Carrots, spinach, cooked egg, and yellow pickled radish can be found at the core of the restaurant?s 10-piece rolls, whereas triangular kimbap pockets carry tender beef.
Kulu Restaurant's experienced chefs blend fresh, seasonal ingredients to populate their menu with a variety of Taiwanese–based offerings infused by Korean, Japanese, and Western flavours. Pork and veggie pot stickers don tiny swim trunks and dip into house-made curry or Taiwanese sauce ($8), and a bevy of yam fries prop up the towering pork P'rice Burger constructed with kimchi, avocado, soy cheese, and a rice bun ($14). Forks forage through the wasabi tofu salad that accompanies veggie crepes ($13), while diners sit on the outdoor patio and devour the salmon castle ($15), a fish filet resting on a throne of minced salmon as they slow-dance with rice.