Momo Sushi Shack has many delicious vegan and gluten-free options on their sushi-rich menu. Sit on tree trunks as you enjoy not only the exciting food but also the cozy, distinctive ambiance of many diners' favorite spot for sushi. Exciting options to choose from on the Momo Sushi Shack menu create a dilemma for customers. A pickle plate and a seaweed salad are among the appetizer options. There is something for everyone on the menu, such as Karaage, which is Japanese fried chicken with garlic, orange, soy sauce, and sake. The Heritage Pork Betty gets rave reviews. Pay is cash only.
With plates of curried lamb and pad-thai noodles, the menu isn't the only place where fusion is found at Asian Fusion College Park—the eatery itself is one part restaurant, one part lounge, and one part banquet hall. The restaurant tempts taste buds with a mix of fast-food dishes made from Chinese, Thai, and Indian recipes, including pineapple fried rice, black-pepper calamari, and paneer cheese in a brown sauce. At Varsity Lounge, another culture is thrown into the melting pot in the form of American staples, such as wings and new york strip steaks. After devouring these bites, guests can listen to live music, belt out karaoke, giggle through a comedy show, or shoot billiards. Private events, such as weddings and preschool reunions, unfold in the ballroom, and an Indian catering menu dishes out handi goat masala and vegetable jalfraize.
The chefs at each Copper Canyon Grill, a mid-Atlantic favorite, craft their regional American dishes from scratch every day. Their kitchens fill with flames and savory aromas as they roast meats and vegetables over hardwood fires, making customers happy, but leaving behind bare earth at local basketball arenas.
The kitchen yields hearty servings of grilled prime rib and filet mignon, ahi tuna and Atlantic salmon, and Delmarva-style crab dip and Eastern Shore jumbo lump crab cakes. It also tempts with a signature rotisserie chicken and jalapeño- and serrano-pepper cornbread baked in an iron skillet.
Most of the tables at Ginza Of Tokyo aren't just tables?they're also home to giant flat-iron skillets, heated from below to create a blazing-hot surface, otherwise known as a teppanyaki grill. Hibachi chefs expertly wield knives and spatulas to saut? and prepare premium meats and vegetables. Chefs keep their tables engaged while they're creating savory dishes, taking orders from the dinner menu. Ginza Of Toyko is also home to a number of expert sushi chefs, who slice filets of raw fish to roll into maki cylinders or drape over mounds of perfectly cooked sushi rice.
Candlelight combines with the warm glow of sconces and chandeliers to illuminate the plush leather chairs and crisply draped tablecloths at Venegas Prime Filet. Completing this picture of fine dining are dishes of filet mignon, pasta with chunks of lobster meat in a white-wine cream sauce, and 32-ounce Aussie Wagyu rib chops ferried by waiters who speak in your choice of accent. As they relax over a glass of wine or sip cocktails, diners should consider following dinner with a caramelized banana split lavished with rum caramel.
Within Bossa Bistro & Lounge’s dining room, organic cuisine and grass-fed beef embellish authentic Brazilian small plates. Soft lighting and music wash over diners as they swap bites of the mandioca frita’s crispy yucca fries and cilantro sauce for morsels of beef tenderloin, testing out their water wings in a kalamata olive sauce atop the Xadrezinho plate. Spinach collard greens and mozzarella flood mouths that bite into bolinho de arroz rice croquettes drizzled with marinara sauce. While patrons nosh, they clink mojito and caipirinha cocktails in celebration of first anniversaries or second successful interactions with curmudgeonly neighbors.