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CT Eats: Founders Cafe nice but not impressive
While there is a gorgeous, bright mural on one of the walls, the overall atmosphere and décor did not lend themselves to that really comfortable vibe I was searching for. The food also seemed to follow this theme of “nice, but not too impressive.”
CT Eats: SEA Restaurant makes waves with good Vietnamese food
The egg rolls, reminded me more of spring rolls: smaller, with a thinner and crispier exterior. I love when you can tell that something is fresh, piping hot, and directly out of the fryer, and this was definitely one of those cases.
CT Eats: Addis Ababa brings delicious Ethiopian food to Rochester
Now, this may be the only review in which you’ll read me say I enjoyed the dryness of the meat. The chunks of lamb were sturdy and a bit dried out, but this just allowed them to soak up more of that great sauce and to fall apart at the hands of it, giving the meat almost the consistency of a brisket.
CT Eats: Kung Fu, bubble tea that comes with a kick
I absolutely adored my honey milk tea. The honey flavor was spot on, strong, and easily identifiable without being overly sweet — I could easily drink the whole thing pleasantly without feeling that awful numbing, tongue-drying buildup of sweetness.