CT Eats

CT Eats: Fusion fun at Lanai

Lanai offers Asian dishes, Hawaiian dishes, and some dishes right in the middle.

CT Eats: Custom built fast food at Blaze Pizza

As far as fast food goes, Blaze is definitely not just a step, but a full staircase above the rest.

CT Eats: Our Vietnamese cuisine attaché

Between our appetites, my indecisiveness, and Blue Taro’s seductive offerings, we were left with no choice but to turn this dinner into a hecking feast.

CT Eats: A spicy escapade at Haveli Indian Cuisine

Every step of the way, I was impressed by Haveli Indian cuisine.

CT Eats: The gluten-free, vegan conundrum

I view my dietary restrictions as more of a blessing than a curse in the sense that they are making CT Eats more inclusive than before.

CT Eats: Eating in ROC for Dummies

So, be you vegan or omnivorous, in search of brunch or lunch, really hungry or just sorta in the middle, Rochester’s got your back.

CT Eats: Food, Fun, and Flowers at Lilac Fest

The turkey leg is too big to get your mouth around, and the meat is so tender that you can just tear it off. Felt like Medieval Times. Would recommend.

CT Eats: Chocolate is the star at Hedonist Artisan Chocolates

As fantastic as the fun flavors were, they perfectly balanced with the real star of Hedonist: luscious, luxurious fresh chocolate.

CT Eats: Mamma G’s a mixed bag

As much as I adored those entrees, dessert left me wanting. Our waitress, who had a good track record with the timballo, claimed that “Dario’s dessert” was the best dessert. I hope that statement was her personal opinion and not the restaurant’s advertising, because if that is their signature dessert, then I think they’ve neglected that department.

CT Eats: Cuckoo for Coco Garden Malaysian Restaurant

Not only can Coco Garden come up with exciting flavors, but they know how to mix up the perfect shake as well. Even without the incredible taro flavor, this milkshake would have been to-die-for. Thick, creamy, and silky smooth. Wendy’s Frosties are quaking in their boots.