Did I just post to a five-year-old thread? What was it doing on the Chow Main Page?
Maybe they can change up their apparently less-than-stellar image this way. http://youtu.be/dnBZMngx97o
"Video Aces: you've tried the best, now try the rest!"
A meal onto itself? Probably meant a meal unto itself.
The dumplings are amazing... And the sauce is light and flavorful
Noisy venue. Unable to have a pleasant, across-the-table conversation at this place.
Good Oak's cold-infusions/presses and their mulled wine are really incredible. Their bartenders really take the time to accentuate the characteristics of the beer or wine in such a way as to honor the brewers' intentions toward their product. This is going to be huge.
Interesting. It never occurred to me that you could create something similar to mulled wine using beer instead.
I too was ignored when I went to Neo, about a month ago. I guess Bob and Bird were the lucky ones who actually got to eat there. I'm guessing by the number of likes on TucsonDiner and AsianHomeCook's posts that this problem is more common than not. Sad, really. I love Malaysian food.
Sounds intriguing. I'll have to give them a try!
Excellent Asian fare. Wonderful curries and noodle dishes. I have tried Malaysian food in several major cities and it simply doesn't compare. The occasional service glitch is offset by the fantastic creative tasty food. Quite possibly the best Asian cusine in the state. Shouldn't be a well kept secret.
Rather a Tucson treasure...
Best Asian good in the state.
How about some ground up mesquite beans or dried up javelina ca ca? Why would you adulterate a good cold beer ( and pay 10 stinkin' bucks to do so?) unreal, what's next?
We love Vivace. we are new Tusconans but it has become our go- to favorite. We had no trouble getting a 7:30 pm Sat. Reservation on Open Table. I don't know what this 2 week business is all about! Someday I will order something other than the outstanding Chicken- Asparagus Risotto to which I am addicted-- and I don't usually even like asparagus!!!
My daughter and I had the Cuban and Old Pueblo combo yesterday. The bread on the OP was toasted to a crisp but the inside of the sandwich was wonderful. The pork on the Cuban was a bit questionable in taste for both of us so we took apart the sandwich after the first few bites and enjoyed the rest. I think that with a bit more experience in the brick and mortar area the food will be outstanding. The sweet potato fries were wonderful. I can hardly wait to return and try the Napoleon. Good luck to this lovely place.
By far one of my favorite places in town. They are unique to Arizona. I've had slow service there, but never bad service. You should definitely try the sushi, it's creative and well executed.
Miss Hoch, how many years have you worked "hands on" in the restaurant biz to know of what you speak?
Huh, sounds like you had the same experience that I had. I had been to Seri Melaka a few times, but went to Neo about 6 months ago and walked out because none of the wait staff seemed to care that I was there.
Rita, that could be the reason why Neo was close to empty both times - I mean, you're a pretty well known food critic in town, it's not like they would ignore you when you would walk in.
Glad to know this guy is still in town.I know where not to go now,unless I want a windbag of hot self righteous air blown in my face.Everyone is your audience Nik,because you really don't know how to listen.I have tried to get you to make my cocktail correctly and you never have gotten it right.Oh and Tucson "doesn't like nice things"? what the hell is that about!!! Your a white trash bartender snob with an audience of few....who the hell wants to drink in an under construction bar.Obnoxious,there is a new name for a drink for ya,name it after yourself!....prediction; closed or shut down or liquor license pulled before 12/31/15...
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