This is an older subject, I just scanned through, Have
you ever tried Mona Lisa? The owner is the brother of
Tony May, he used to run a wonderful restaurant in NY,
La Camellia. Luciano, is a wonderful host and serves
up a authentic Northen Italian meal in a comfortable
and casual restaurant.
Amadeus used to be good-continental. Hope Pizza for
family-style pizza etc. Is Kathleen's still open?
Buster's barbq on the Darien line, 2-3 Indian places
too. If you want to try a Stamford food phenomenon,
check out Buongiorno's Supermarket parallel to 95 in
the industrial part of town (off the southernmost 95
stamford exit. Forget the #) Big ol' multi-ethnic,
plastic-wrapped veggies, bread from everywhere, cheap
Italian imported pasta, lots of grit and
re: J. hausman
The Stamford Indian places are Meera and Bonani; both
are good. Hope Street Pizza is excellent, though I
haven't eaten there in years. And a hot dog and curly
fries at the Wedge Inn are always a good antidote to
post-mall fatigue! For big portions of good pasta in a
somewhat noisy restaurant, try Eclisse.
re: Susan T
There's a great article by Jack Cavanagh in today's Times, about Curley's Diner in Stamford, slated to be torn down and replaced by a high-rise. Has anyone eaten there to recommend it? -- Should I high-tail it over there before the wrecking balls come?