The authentic menu features dishes that heap on the spice without overwhelming the subtle interplay of textures and flavors for which the culinary culture of Thailand is known. Although there are many dishes designed to set palates ablaze, Bangkok Balcony also offers a multitude of milder bites. Ignite the meal with an appetizer of mussels and fresh basil in hot garlic sauce ($9) or a more-sweet-than-sassy steamed pork-and-shrimp dumpling ($8). Season your stomach with curried plates such as pineapple curry with your choice of meat, green peas, and coconut milk ($14) or an oodle of see-you noodles with broccoli and egg ($13). Stick to the ground level of the food chain with one of many vegetarian delights, such as the tofu platter with deep-fried tofu stir-fried with carrots, broccoli, and onions in a roasted curry paste ($14).
The menu at Recipes Remembered sends senses on a reminiscent trip down savory lane with a selection of gourmet steak, seafood, and pasta dishes. Turn taste buds sentimental with the pan-fried, egg-battered artichoke hearts ($6.95) before indulging in the veal picatta, betting on a winning trifecta of a lemon, white wine, and butter sauce ($21.50). The restaurant's 6-ounce lobster tail starts human tails wagging ($26.50), and the chicken stuffed with sage dressing and doused in mushroom cream sauce satisfies herbal cravings ($17.50). Guests may also delight in the eggplant parmesan and pasta marinara ($14.50), lamb shank ($21.50), or 8-ounce filet mignon ($23.50). All entrees are accompanied to the mouth's dinner party by a choice of house salad or soup du jour and a pick of veggies, baked potato, or starch du jour.
During the last three decades, Charley’s has shuffled up standard decks of carbs in a fresh, innovative fashion. Though the soul of Charley’s spawns from the beefy abyss of the signature cheesesteak sandwiches ($4.59–$8.99), the entire menu is flavorfully filled to capacity with delicious grilled combinations (prices vary by location). The chicken teriyaki sandwich ($4.89–$9.29) is quaint for a stomach sublet, while the Italian deli deluxe carnivorously conquers with a bed of pepperoni, ham, turkey, provolone, and generous dustings of Italian seasoning ($4.59–$8.99). Diners can load their gastronomic cargo-carriers with a combo meal, complete with Charley's famously crisp fries ($1.79–$1.89 for a regular order), or ascend a mountain of abominably coated fries featuring cheddar, ranch, and bacon
The skilled chefs at Thai Foon wrangle runaway appetites with delicacies from countries such as Thailand, Korea, and Vietnam. Whipped up with your choice of chicken, beef, or shrimp, signature dishes such as lemongrass stir-fry and spicy basil with bamboo shoots sate hunger while entertaining bored taste buds with a beautiful song about being eaten ($6.95–$7.95). Pad thai elevates diners to savory heights before safely drifting back to earth on a parachute held together by rice noodles and bean sprouts. Red, green, and yellow curries, on the other hand, prefer to lure patrons into a sweet, saucy trap before pelting them with carrots, bell peppers, and pineapple chunks. Bask in the warm glow of a thai curry noodles plate fortified with your favorite meat, or dig into a pile of house fried rice, grabbing forkful after forkful of minced Thai-style sausage, chicken, shrimp, beef, and lime-spritzed veggies ($8.95).
Altman's Tavern sates cavernous appetites while quelling cravings for hospitality in a family-friendly atmosphere. Begin a stroll down the dinner menu with a plate of chicken picata, in which roasted red peppers and artichoke hearts mingle in a lemon caper sauce ($14.95), or dash straight to the baked stuffed sole, featuring a special crabmeat served over lobster sauce ($16.95). Lunching stomachs can serve as a pond for a jumbo fish sandwich to splash in, with 10 ounces of lightly breaded fillet bathed in tartar sauce ($8.95). Diners can fuel digestion and discuss which obscure Soviet Premier to name their pet lobster after with a selection from Altman's domestic and imported bottles and drafts.
Providing authentic Middle Eastern eats crafted from the finest, freshest, and most personable of hand-picked ingredients, the menu at Tyma’z serves up a variety of home-style, family-friendly dishes with complimentary aromas and sporks. Guests can begin with a selection of appetizers served with pita bread, such as the hummus ($5) or the laban ($3), a thick, creamy yogurt dish. Post-warm-up, diners can slink into more substantial entrees served a la carte or as a dinner with a side salad and rice pilaf. Experience dishes such as m’loukhieh ($10/$13), a plate of seasoned chicken and greens cooked in spicy juices, or the vegetarian-friendly sleek ($8/$13), a serving of kale telepathically cooked with onions, black-eyed peas, and spices. Bottomless beverages such as soda, lemonade, tea, and coffee are available ($2), or guests are welcome to bring their own libations for a small fee of $2 per person.