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La Nicoise Cafe

La Nicoise Cafe

This restaurant is ranked among the best in Winchester, having over reviews with an average rating of stars.

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La Nicoise Cafe
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La Nicoise Cafe
12 S Braddock St Winchester, VA
(540) 722-4557 French Mediterranean Fine Dining
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New Review - Legend Asian Restaurant And

New Review - Legend Asian

Legend Asian Restaurant And

On Sunday, March 13, 2016, my daughter and I had lunch at the Legend Asian Restaurant & Bar at 360 Gateway Drive, . . .

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Legend Asian Restaurant And Bar Reviewed by Perry Crabill on . On Sunday, March 13, 2016, my daughter and I had lunch at the Legend Asian Restaurant & Bar at 360 Gateway Drive, Suite 1. This location is in the Gateway Plaza Shopping Center near Winchester, Virginia, off Route 7 (Berryville Pike) east of I-81 Exit 315. It is at the other end of the building housing Martin’s Food. Hours are Monday-Friday, 11:00 AM-10:00 PM; Saturday, 12:00 Noon-10:00 PM; Sunday, 12:00 Noon-9:30 PM. Takeout Service is available and the phone number is (540) 722-7190. The Web site is www.legendasian.com, and the restaurant is also on Facebook. The cuisine includes Japanese, Chinese, and Thai selections. The entrance is on your right as you face the building, and has a vestibule with an interesting décor. A long fountain trough the entire length of the back wall has its sprays of water illuminated by colored lights surrounding the submerged jets. There are no fish in the water. Several plants are located here, including a large potted palm. The vestibule’s inner door is at your left. The entry area has a receptionist’s station and benches for those waiting. A long bar along the right wall has 12 stools, with a large display of bottles on its back wall. Hanging lamps over the bar have lights that slowly change color as they are watched. Two TV screens are here, one on your right and the other on your left. The dining area has two low dividers providing three seating sections. The right section near the bar has booths against the divider; the center section has booths along both dividers with some tables in the rear. The left section has booths up front along the divider and tables further back, along with tables along the left wall. There are other tables next to the window along the front of the room. The floor tiles are dark, the ceiling is light, and the somewhat subdued lighting in the dining area is by bulbs recessed in the ceiling, giving the space a cozy ambience conducive to leisurely dining. The unobtrusive music was more American than Oriental. The left and rear walls included pairs of panels with indistinct patterns edged with small green lights. I wondered if some form of art might be intended for these panels later. The menu is in a heavy folder, with eight stiff, laminated pages. Categories include Soup, Salad, Appetizers, Sushi & Sashimi a La Carte, Sushi Bar Entrée, Sushi Roll or Hand Roll, Chef’s Special Roll, Char Grilled Teriyaki, Tempura, Kitchen Hibachi Entrée, and Bento Box (Lunch or Dinner). Also, Kid’s Menu, Chinese Entrée (Specialties, Poultry, Seafood, Beef, Vegetables), Thai Entrée, Noodles & Rice, Lunch Special (11:00 AM-3:00 PM, Monday-Friday), Maki Combo (11:00 AM-3:00 PM, Monday-Friday), Cocktails, Frozen Exotic Martini, White Wine, Red Wine, Japanese Saki, Beers, and Drinks. While we were perusing the menu, Jacky, our server, brought us a bowl of fried wonton and a small dish of sweet dipping sauce. We had been previously given chopsticks without asking and I used mine. My daughter had iced tea, but had to ask for sugar because none was at the table. I wanted hot tea, but it was not available in a teapot; it came as green tea, already brewed, in a large earthenware cup. My daughter ordered Walnuts Pineapple Shrimp from the Specialties section of the Chinese Menu: lightly battered jumbo shrimp with broccoli and chef’s specialty sauce, with white rice, requesting that the broccoli be left out. I ordered a Bento Box with Chicken Teriyaki, which included miso soup, green salad, and white rice. This was a dinner-sized order; apparently the lunch portion is not available on weekends. It came on a large segmented platter with eight strips of chicken with teriyaki sauce on a bed of chopped vegetables, six pieces of sushi, six pieces of tofu, two baby carrots, two broccoli florets, and two spring rolls. I took half of my serving home. The interior of the restaurant has been completely redone from its previous occupancy by the Sansui Japanese Steakhouse, Seafood & Sushi Restaurant. Incidentally, Jacky told us that she had once been a server at the Sansui. The owners of the Legend Asian Restaurant & Bar have operated the China Dragon Restaurant, a much smaller place, in the Stonewall Plaza Shopping Center off Route 522 north of Winchester since 2008. A comparison of the two place’s menus shows that a number of items are common to both. I rate each eatery as a Keeper. Rating: 5


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New Review - Bamboo Garden

New Review - Bamboo Garden

Bamboo Garden

On Thursday, August 4, 2016, I had dinner at the Bamboo Garden Chinese Restaurant in the Gateway Plaza Shopping . . .

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Bamboo Garden Reviewed by Perry Crabill on . On Thursday, August 4, 2016, I had dinner at the Bamboo Garden Chinese Restaurant in the Gateway Plaza Shopping Center near Winchester, Virginia, on Berryville Pike, Route 7 east of I-81 Exit 315. It’s located at 419 Gateway Drive, Suite 105, and occupies a single module in this building. Hours are Monday-Thursday, 11:00 AM-10:00 PM; Friday & Saturday, 11:00 AM-11:00 PM; Sunday, 11:30 AM-10:00 PM. It has dine-in and carry-out service, and delivery is available with a $10.00 minimum. The phone number is (540) 722-0770. The entrance has no vestibule, and opens into a single small room. The floor tiles are a light color and about a foot square. The ceiling is acoustic and also a light color and there are windows in the front. Decorations are limited to clusters of hot peppers hanging on the walls in several places around the room. There are no booths, and seating is at a few tables for four along the front window and the left side wall. I heard no music and there are no TV screens. An L-shaped counter to the right toward the back fronts the kitchen, which can be seen behind it. Illuminated displays above the counter show food pictures and an abbreviated menu listing Special Combinations orders. A waitress was sitting in the back and a man was behind the counter, but no one greeted me or offered me a menu after I sat down at a front table. I finally went to the counter, picked up a menu, and went back to look it over. Categories were Appetizers, Soup, Rice & Noodle, House Specialties, Chicken, Beef, Seafood, Pork, Vegetable, Egg Foo Young, Chow Mein or Chop Suey, Diet Menu, and Special Combination Platters. Each individual item had a number, and most are available as small or large orders. I returned to the counter and ordered a small No. 112 from the Chicken Menu, with chopsticks. This is chicken with cashew nuts, served with white rice. I asked for hot tea, but was told that they didn’t have it. For clarification, I said, “This is a Chinese restaurant, but you don’t serve hot tea?”, and was told that was correct. I then asked for water. The waitress brought my order in a few minutes. I received a cardboard plate, a round plastic to-go bowl of the chicken mixture sitting on its plastic cover, white rice in a closed cardboard box with a wire handle, a refrigerated water bottle, and chopsticks, along with two plastic packets of soy sauce. It was actually a carry-out order served at a table! I didn’t bother asking for a spoon to move food onto the plate, but ate it directly from the bowl and didn’t touch the rice at all. I used my pocket knife to open the soy sauce packets, a messy procedure. The food was good, and served hot, with the usual mixture of vegetables and an ample amount of cashews. Even the small order was too much for me to eat at one sitting, and I took two-thirds of it and all of the rice home after asking for a plastic bag. There were no other patrons when I arrived. A young man sitting at a side table was the driver for delivery orders and left several times during my visit. An elderly couple used one of the side tables before I left. I wanted to know what the Bamboo Garden was like, and now that I know, I won’t be back. I did leave a tip because one of my daughters was once a waitress, and I always tip, but I didn’t really get much in the way of service. The place was clean, but I will never eat a second time at an Oriental restaurant that serves soy sauce in plastic packets and doesn’t have hot tea. I can accept a plastic cup of hot water and a tea bag, but prefer it to be served in a teapot. I also did not like having to buy bottled water. The air conditioning was minimal, but below the level of discomfort. Rating: 1


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