The Garlic Sauce Eggplant
Posted by madamsquirrel Somebody needs to splain to me how to find this time out bar. I am tired of hearing about it and need to find it myself.
Jay, that whole area of town, falling by the way side in property value is now the most diverse area for food in BR. Little Saigon should be on the list as well. It's time for BR to get the word out about the food in this area(other than Anthony's).
their lo mein was extremely greasy
Also, please, please, please do a big piece on Omi's Chinese menu. It's not hidden because a huge portion of this city's population are mouthbreathers and drive past it every day, but just ignore it in favor of Chili's or Applebee's.
Omi really needs big exposure because most of Baton Rouge would rather eat dog shite before supporting a really good restaurant. The rest of us should know about that place, though.
Omi's Chinese menu. Do it.
Breaks my heart every time I go in there and it's empty.
The Garlic Sauce Eggplant might be one of the best things I've ever eaten anywhere.
More people need to know about this place.. and NOT order sushi rolls.
Omi really needs to put descriptions on the Chinese menu. I don't let it stop me from going, but having to call over the owner to explain the menu to me every time I want to try something new gets old.
Yeah, I agree with that. If you want people of BR to experience real Chinese, you have to reach out to them with some effort. They need some advertising.. something that finds a tactful way of letting people know it's not run-of-the-mill Americanized Chinese food. And then they need to put descriptions on the menu because "Ants Climbing Trees" tells me nothing.
re: Hidden Gems in BR (Posted on 10/2/13 at 7:23 pm to bdevill) quote: China Bear for Chinese - Bluebonnet and Perkins
i thought their lo mein was extremely greasy
Would Pocorello's be considered a hidden gem or do most people know about it?