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Tito's was impressively delicious, but the winner were the kofteh at Pamir, the Afghani restaurant (and one of at least three Persian restaurants in the immediate area!). Erica Henderson and I both got them, and when we ordered them, the waitress asked us both which rice we wanted: the orange peel and raisins, or the cardamom and pistacchios. We looked at each other all excited and sort of stammered for a bit. I said, "Whichever one you get, I'll get the other!"
They were both delicious.
A note: when I went to Pamir last year, they'd just opened and were badly disorganized. They've really gotten their shit together.
Posted By: Jason MorningstarGalapagos, 98 Speedwell, kitty corner to the Hyatt in Morristown for Dreamation, is really wonderful. Huge portions and delicious, if a little slow, service. Delicious batidos. I had a crazy rice plate with pork, chicken and shrimp mixed in this year and it was enough food for two easily.I tried Ara's pig intestine and he isn't kidding - Mr. Lin is Taiwanese and if you express interest in Taiwanese cuisine he will hook you up.Jeni'sin Columbus, for Origins, is super tasty. There's a Polish shop in the North market,Hubert's, that's bonafide.Bring your own food to Gen Con.
CRAP I THOUGHT YOU MEANT I COULD GET BANH MI AT DREAMATION GODDAMN IT JASON WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT TO ME
Thyme disappointed me deeply. Bleh. Where Eppy is vegan, my culinary decision is to never let animal death go to waste if I can help it. That place kills to no purpose.
Contrariwise, the Irish pub just down the hill... Grasshopper? ... Made me a delicious and beautiful burger.
But the kofteh. I'm still thinking about the kofteh.