Restaurant Editorial Reviews
By Marty Rosen, Special to The Courier-Journal - May 16, 2013
“Comfort food with an Asian pantry.” That’s how Edward Lee describes the cuisine at Milkwood, the restaurant he opened this spring at Actors Theatre of Louisville.
Marty Rosen - May 9, 2013
Barghoti brings a deft visual touch to his plates, and even his simplest dishes are alluring
By Marty Rosen - May 2, 2013
With Game, chefs Burress and Mucerino — who once worked together with chef Anthony Lamas at Seviche — have carved out yet another distinctive niche.
Marty Rosen - April 18, 2013
Fresh flowers, fresh sauces, freshly made everything, and servers who aren’t fresh, but have the fortune-teller’s gift of knowing exactly what you’re going to want and getting it to you before you think to ask.
Marty Rosen - April 11, 2013
The crab cakes aren’t quite as big as a baseball. But they’re close. And they make much better eating.
Marty Rosen - April 4, 2013
Quattro (the Italian name invokes the street) is a new and promising addition to that scene; it’s a place with a great look and feel, a carefully considered culinary program, and a very fine chef at the helm.
Marty Rosen - March 28, 2013
When you step into Sisters Tea Parlor you immediately get the sense that you’ve left the cares and worries of the real world behind.
Marty Rosen - March 21, 2013
When hiko-A-mon opened, some five years ago, it impressed me more for its stylish appointments — menus printed on tissue-thin paper, a sushi bar formed from deep green marble, glowing aquariums and furnishings of burnished wood — than for the quality of the food.
Marty Rosen - March 14, 2013
Is there anything more suspenseful for a diner than the first meal at a new barbecue joint?
Marty Rosen - March 7, 2013
Banh mi sandwiches are a pretty handy example of the good things culinary fusion brings to the table.
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