It all started with a polite young man, he took our order chatted with us and told us. Next he brought us out a platter of hummus and pita with sesame oil and Siracha that was amazing! We each had Pho Soup, chicken and beef....More
I ordered the shepherd's pie -- barely edible. Friends with me went with various Vietnamese dishes, and reported they would never eat there again.
Hands down the best place to find pho in Tallahassee. The flavorful beef broth is served with rice noodles and your choice of beef or chicken, along with your own little tray of condiments and topping to make the pho just the way you like...More
Located in the Railroad Square Complex, this restaurant looks like a railroad car. The owners, two Korean sisters, prepare really fine cuisine. Most meals run from $8-$9. Currently closed on Mondays. Great food. Try the Spicy Tofu. This is the best tofu I have ever...More
What an unexpected pleasure Tasty Eats was for lunch today. It is a cozy (ok, small) shack attached to a railroad caboose which serves as the kitchen, and is right on track when it comes to good food and generous portions. Starting with the Summer...More
Great food, though they were out of the first two items that my boyfriend and I tried to order. We ended up getting the curry sliders as an appetizer, which were delicious! My boyfriend had the Spicy Sweet Tempeh, which he enjoyed, and I had...More
The food is fresh and tasty, with an eclectic mix of southeast asia and old fashioned comfort foods. The Pho (on "Pho Friday") was excellent. Especially since we got to enjoy the warm soup on an unexpectedly cool, sunny afternoon, in their alfresco beer garden.
Quality Vietnamese dishes prepared in a railroad caboose. Tasty, generous rice and noodle bowls, wonderful curry dishes and friendly proprieters. Meatloaf for the less adventurous. Good selection of cold beer. Eat in and outdoor dining in a former rr wharehouse district converted to artist studios,...More