While fanfare is often reserved for the chic, here-today-gone-tomorrow restaurants that serve "transparent ravioli," "modernist foams," and "multi-sensory" air crisps, there's truly nothing better than a hearty, well-made meal at an unassuming, classic pub.
Recent trips to Himalaya Café in Old Saybrook have taught me a few things: paneer is excellent when it’s grilled; falooda is a very interesting Indian dessert; and very, very nice and talented people are in charge of the place.
When I heard word recently that a brand-spanking, new and improved Go Fish had reopened following renovations, my reaction was similar to that of a friend after seeing a TV spot on the Dominoes Pizza rebranding of a few years back:"Doms got better? I thought Doms was always good."
Karma Kitchen & Juicery 15 Holmes St., Mystic (860) 536-7233 karmakitchenmystic.com Off the main drag and located in a bright and open space on Holmes Street in Mystic, Karma Kitchen & Juicery is a solid bet for the types of smoothies, cold pressed juices, and...
The food section of the menu offers some tasty, healthy and light options for patrons, which I'll dive into a little later, but the true adventure and wider array of choices at Karma Kitchen lie in its list of smoothies, cold-pressed juices, and lemonades.
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