Problem with that Sonoran, is that Rosa's knows it.
Having an independent restaurant know they have made it is like dating a hot chick who KNOWS she is hot.
"the food and service need to flawless."
Why can't we get a link to their website/fb page in these articles?? I find it very frustrating.
I absolutely love the Singh's food! I have driven 30 miles out of my way to get a fix of their Tikki Masala and Samosas. Crazy? Not for that flavorful fantasticness!
I am crazy for their food! It's so good that it won over my son, who is always hesitant to try new things. Nice people, too!
Can the truck(s) be in the same place at least one night a week so it does't require any "research" to find it and try it.
I'd rather eat axle grease than use Facebook to discover anything.
They're food is made from the heavens its so good...we make sure we have it every week for our family of 3!! ...and they're so worth it, i'll support them for as long as they're going! And they're awesome folks too!
I have eaten at their food truck several times and always loved it. If you follow them on Facebook, they tell you where they will be, what their menu is, and you can text your order (and time you plan to arrive) to them. Have always had fantastic service and the wait is always worth it!
You have scooped the Star on the two new restaurants. That 1800 E. Fort Lowell plaza has had a number of Chinese/Asian places in and out. Some good, obviously others not so.
Rosa's is still the queen of that strip.
They have wonderful food and an even better service model.
again, why are you commenting on an article that was written in 2002?
So what is so bad about Ricearoni food snob
My husband and I have eaten great food all over the world, mostly on the cheap, but also a few memorable high dollar splurges in Paris, Chicago and San Francisco. It sounds like Five Palms aspires to much but falls woefully short on multiple fronts. I think we will pass on this place.
I do agree that China Phoenix Dim Sum is passable. Of course, this article was written in 2002. That was more than 10 years ago. The food is still passable. But in Tucson you don't have a choice, its Gee's Garden or China Phoenix. Both are passable. I do disagree that Phoenix is not worth the drive for dim sum. Phoenix dim sum has become better since 2002. Try dim sum at China King Restaurant and Great Wall Restaurant. Best Dim Sum in Phoenix 2013.
@Burnie: LOL Just making a point that if you're going to try to make people WANT your food...don't use crappy pics like the one in this article!!
Sheesh... shameless plug much?
I like that avidity
My husband wanted to try this place a couple of weeks ago, but we decided against it when we couldn't find a menu online. I'm glad we didn't go!
Argggg this is really bothering me; it's "coarse" not "course." Course is a noun and a verb, coarse is an adjective.
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