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Wrapsody Bistro, Southington, CT

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westie May 22, 2010 03:52 AM

We arrived for lunch yesterday, Friday, at around 12:30PM and were immediately greeted and seated by a very hospitable server. The luncheon menu is exceptional with many tasty options including wraps, salads and Panini sandwiches. The signature wraps include a choice of kettle chips, house salad, French fries or housemade soup. We chose to start off with soup; my wife’s smoke roasted tomato soup was complex - rich smoky flavor overtones with just enough tang to keep it interesting. The red lentil soup was not available so I chose black bean and tortilla, again amazing flavor and just the correct amount of spice. My wife chose the North Carolina pulled pork wrap, slow roasted pulled pork, spicy barbeque sauce and mustard seed coleslaw. My grilled chicken chipotle wrap will have me keep me coming back again and again. It included a black bean puree, roasted tomatillo salsa, fresh cilantro and queso fresco, shredded lettuce and what is described as lime crème fraiche. Lastly, at $8 each, including the soup, the wraps were frugally priced. Highly recommended.

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    westie Jun 4, 2010 02:38 AM

    I drove over to Wrapsody on Wednesday for lunch and the restaurant was closed. A note was posted on the windows indicating renovations were in process and it would reopen soon, but the there were no trucks in the parking lot or other evidence of work being done. It is very odd because there is an ad for a Tapas and Wine dinner on June 8th in this week's Hartford Advocate. Anyone know what is going on?

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      ratbuddy Jun 4, 2010 07:01 AM

      Haven't they only been open 6 months or so? Renovations, really?

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