The sushi is sea-worthy at Buddha Sushi Bar. During meals, fresh rolls float in wooden boats down a stainless-steel-bottomed "river," inviting diners to pluck off a plate at will. But the paper lanters that line the counter-style tables also illuminate a la carte creations. Signature maki rolls pair fresh fish with surprising ingredients, such as pineapple chili, cilantro, and ponzu truffle. A selection of sake and imported beer keeps diners from distilling their own wine out of soy sauce.
Cuisine Type: Greek-Mediterranean
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 25?50
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Cheese Saganaki, Moussaka, Baklava
Alcohol: Beer and wine only
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Yes. We have a large outdoor garden area, which is decorated to create an inviting place to dine. You can view it through Google Maps. The indoor dining room brings back memories of the Greek Islands, and we also have a small Greek market.
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
Authentic and traditional Greek cuisine. The menu is simple, light, and healthy.
Mo's Cakes' expert bakers whisk together cakey confections suitable for parties, holidays, or palatable presents. Excavated fresh daily from underground bundt mines, the mini, single-serving bundt cakes hold delectable depositories of cinnamon swirls within a moist golden batter. The dozen rounded sweets come packaged in a brown satin box, held together with a signature red ribbon and Pandora-themed curse.
Holy Bagels & Pizzeria Downtown serves up Kosher meals bookended by bagels for breakfast and pizza later in the day. Breakfast brings a flurry of entrees that go beyond typical day starters with skakshuka (eggs cooked in a veggie sauce) and a bagel platter with smoked salmon and the works. But the variety doesn't end there. Throughout the day, housemade focaccia bread still warm from the oven becomes the base for sandwiches stuffed with Mediterranean treats like fried eggplant, hardboiled eggs, and hummus. Chefs also build plates of pasta and a fish specialties, including pecan-encrusted salmon. If that's not enough inspiration to eat every meal here for the rest of your life, two dozen kosher sushi rolls keep the party going and signature pizzas pop out of the oven with toppings like spicy tuna or pesto sauce.
When Carrot Express first started, it was at a local car wash, pairing vehicular cleansing with digestive cleansing and making it easy for customers who spilled their lunches in their cars to clean up quickly. Since then, Carrot Express's food has come to speak for itself and its moved to a less sudsy location. Here, customers can get everything from freshly squeezed kale juice to chicken-salad teeka salad with avocado, alfalfa, and cucumber. Pitas and wraps come in a variety of vegetarian and meat combinations, including turkey breast, organic tofu, and eggplant. Diners can also pair their savory treats with a sweet smoothie, such as the A?ai Dream that also contains blueberries, strawberries, banana, and OJ, or a power shot of wheatgrass that's good for humans or ailing potted plants.
Sister to a Jerusalem restaurant, Beit Burger cooks up all kinds of kosher Mediterranean and Israeli cuisine. All baked goods here are Pas Yisroel, and the meats and poultry are glatt kosher as well. The chefs craft a menu filled with falafel, chicken liver, shawarma, schnitzels, and more. They can also customize catering menus for special events such as birthdays, cocktail parties, office parties, luncheons, and meetings.