The Plate: January 2014

That one thing they should never take off the menu.

January 1, 2014

Issue 4: January/February 2014The Plate

Crispy Rum-Glazed Chicken with Pineapple

Saint House Rum Bar

All-natural half chicken topped with grilled pineapple and served with habañero glaze on a bed of quinoa pilaf. It begs for the company of a rum cocktail, which just happens to be the speciality of the house. $16

256 E. Congress St.


Andouille Sausage Corndog

Andouille Sausage Corndog

Andouille Sausage Corndog

Pasco Kitchen & Lounge

Not your average dog, with spicy paprika slaw, sweet pickle remoulade, fried zucchini and a kosher pickle. You might need a knife and fork for all that goodness. $7.50

820 E. University Blvd.



Falafel Plate

Falafel Plate

Babylon Market & Food to Go

Freshly made falafel served with tomatoes, cucumbers, hummus, tahini dip, olives, onions, and warm pita bread. Browse the adjacent international foods market while you wait for your food. $6.99

3954 E. Speedway Blvd.


Beef Pho

Beef Pho

Beef Phở

Com Tam Thuan Kieu

Phở with rare steak, brisket, tendon, tripe, and beef meatballs. Served with the classic table salad of basil, cilantro, and bean sprout. The restaurant name may be hard to remember, but the pho is unforgettable. $6

1990 W. Orange Grove Road


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