Favorite restaurants in CT
i don't know this mulberry st pizza.. i've seen you post about it before but am a bit skeptical as i consider myself really picky on pie. i like new haven style and most classic nyc places (grimaldi, difara, etc). but despise greek and chicago styles. explain the pie there to me, if you dont mind :-)
i am located in MA, right on the border of CT & NY so im only familiar with your north west corner. i love pastorale in lakeville and also restaurant mossilauke in kent. my sister always raves about a place called troutbeck, not sure location. i have also been to roomba in new haven once years & years ago and remember having a great evening.
Jfood go-to list of restos as of 4/6/07.
-Aloi (New Canaan)
-Bernard’s Inn (Ridgefield)
-Bonne Nuit (New Canaan)
-Cherry Street East (Reopening Soon)
-Giovanni’s II (Deli in Stamford)
-Good News Café (Southbury)
-Harbor Lights (SONO)
-Napa & Co. (Stamford)
-Ocean 211 (Stamford)
-Ocean Drive (SONO)
-Sally’s Pizza (NH)
Ocean 211 in Stamford is wonderful as is the West Street Grille in Litchfield.
The Sea Horse in Groton and the Mayflower Inn in Washington as good as the others also imho.
These are just some of our favoirtes;there are so many more great places(many listed here)still to try!
On Sunday, I ate at the Old Lyme Inn and added a new favorite to my list (which is headed by Foe, in Branford). Food was excellent - endive salad with a bleu cheese slice and vinegary dressing; ham with a very good mustard dressing, a cold salsa (interesting contrast) of chutney over a warm, delicious scallion and mushroom bread pudding. Excellent presentation. We ate in the pub room which was pretty (local art on the walls, small intimate). There is a beautiful library (maybe 16 to 20 tops) which may usually be used by guests in the inn, but was set for dinner on Easter. If I were to eat there, again, I'd ask for that room.
BTW - Foe, in Branford, is owned by and "cheffed" by the former chef at Esteva in Guilford who came up through the Steve's line in Chester. Phenomenal - casual but excellent food. Pay attention to the specials - which are.
in Greenwich try:
Asiana Cafe - asian fusion, nice place
Penang Grill - South East Asian cuisine, smaller place, good food and moderately priced
in Stamford try:
Fiesta - awesome Peruvian place located in downtown and one in Shippan. not a place for decor and ambiance; just good peruvian food at a moderate price
Egane - Korean bbq
Quatro Pazzi - italian on hope st; nicely done
Kampei - chinese & japanese; pretty good sushi
Colony Pizza - ridiculous pizza; get the hot oil with sausage