Food restaurant – Trois Trente http://trois-trente.com/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 20:36:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://trois-trente.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-120x120.jpg Food restaurant – Trois Trente http://trois-trente.com/ 32 32 Opening of an Indian street food restaurant in New Edinburgh in Fountainbridge https://trois-trente.com/opening-of-an-indian-street-food-restaurant-in-new-edinburgh-in-fountainbridge/ Fri, 03 Jun 2022 14:06:12 +0000 https://trois-trente.com/opening-of-an-indian-street-food-restaurant-in-new-edinburgh-in-fountainbridge/ Edinburgh Indian street food restaurant Masti has announced the opening date for its new location in Fountain Park. The new Indian restaurant will open next Monday, June 6th. It is in the Fountain Bridge area of ​​the city, at 9 Dundee Terrace. The restaurant announced its opening on its social media, letting people know it […]]]>

Edinburgh Indian street food restaurant Masti has announced the opening date for its new location in Fountain Park.

The new Indian restaurant will open next Monday, June 6th. It is in the Fountain Bridge area of ​​the city, at 9 Dundee Terrace.

The restaurant announced its opening on its social media, letting people know it will be open from 5 p.m. next Monday.

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The restaurant currently has a location in Morningside but announced in mid-May that it planned to expand with another location in Fountain Bridge.

As part of the announcement, they even revealed that the new location will also be BYOB so people can enjoy their favorite drink.



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Masti specializes in Indian street food and has proven very popular with its extensive menu. As part of their new opening, they are even offering patrons of their Dundee Terrace location a chance to take advantage of 50% off from June 12 to June 25 for people who have chosen to dine there.

The restaurant’s online menu shows what people can expect. Their traditional main courses range from £9.95 to £12.95 and people can get their hands on starters between £4 and £6.

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Suyo: Opening of a new Peruvian cuisine restaurant in Vancouver, British Columbia https://trois-trente.com/suyo-opening-of-a-new-peruvian-cuisine-restaurant-in-vancouver-british-columbia/ Wed, 18 May 2022 01:35:32 +0000 https://trois-trente.com/suyo-opening-of-a-new-peruvian-cuisine-restaurant-in-vancouver-british-columbia/ On the menu are popular Peruvian dishes, including dishes showcasing the global and indigenous influences of South American cuisine. A seasoned team of Vancouver restaurateurs have joined forces to open a modern and exciting new Peruvian restaurant in Mount Pleasant. Called Suyothe restaurant is moving to 3475 Main St, taking over from the longtime restaurant […]]]>

On the menu are popular Peruvian dishes, including dishes showcasing the global and indigenous influences of South American cuisine.

A seasoned team of Vancouver restaurateurs have joined forces to open a modern and exciting new Peruvian restaurant in Mount Pleasant.

Called Suyothe restaurant is moving to 3475 Main St, taking over from the longtime restaurant operation Slickity Jim’s, which closed earlier this spring.

The culinary soul of the operation is chef Ricardo Valverde (Ancora, Blue Water) who partners with James Reynolds (La Buca, Blue Water Cafe, La Regalade) as general manager, award-winning bartender Max Curzon-Price (Botanist, Clarendon Cocktail Cellar UK), and technology entrepreneur Felix Ng as COO for Suyo.

Suyo takes its name from an indigenous South American word meaning “homeland” and pays homage to Valverde’s family and their journey to Canada to build a new life.

On the menu are popular Peruvian dishes including ceviches, tiraditos (seafood crudo), causes (layered potato casserole), and anticuchos (grilled beef heart skewers). Diners can expect to find plenty of seafood-centric dishes as well as ancient Inca dishes. With a tradition of fusing Peruvian flavors with global influences, Suyo will also offer a taste of Chifa (Chinese-Peruvian) and Nikkei (Japanese-Peruvian) dishes, as well as items inspired by Italy and Europe. Spain.

Regarding libations, Suyo reps say, “Reynolds and Curzon-Price are crafting a beverage program to match the innovative cuisine, with wines from Peru, Chile, Argentina and Uruguay; and plan to offer all eight varieties of pisco for the bespoke cocktail list, which will naturally include the classic pisco sour.”

“It will be a unique dining experience that you won’t find anywhere else,” Valverde remarks in a press release.

To follow @suyorestaurant on Instagram for updates.

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An inside look at Denton’s plant-based soul food restaurant and its mission for a better life https://trois-trente.com/an-inside-look-at-dentons-plant-based-soul-food-restaurant-and-its-mission-for-a-better-life/ Fri, 13 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://trois-trente.com/an-inside-look-at-dentons-plant-based-soul-food-restaurant-and-its-mission-for-a-better-life/ DALLAS (KDAF) — A Denton restaurant is creating plant-based soul food in an attempt to save the planet, people and animals one plate at a time. Inside DFW presents soulgood and giving you insight into its mission to not only save the lives of its customers, but other members of the community as well. The […]]]>

DALLAS (KDAF) — A Denton restaurant is creating plant-based soul food in an attempt to save the planet, people and animals one plate at a time.

Inside DFW presents soulgood and giving you insight into its mission to not only save the lives of its customers, but other members of the community as well. The restaurant donates a portion of its plant-based meals to families in need, first responders and essential workers.

CW33’s Yolonda Williams takes us inside with her sleeves rolled up in the kitchen to see how everything is done.

The restaurant says, “Every meal, drink, dessert, catering, or food truck reservation you make with Soulgood is used to give back to the community in some way. We are committed to making a positive social impact in the world by donating to great causes such as the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation to help find a cure, donating plant-based foods to families in need , essential workers or emergency responders; or partner with school districts and local universities to promote plant-based health education programs or create vegan food programs to make vegan food accessible, affordable and relevant. We serve good food – fast and every dollar you spend with us is good. “

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Bored and Hungry, the fast food restaurant that uses Bored Ape Yacht Collection NFTs for its image https://trois-trente.com/bored-and-hungry-the-fast-food-restaurant-that-uses-bored-ape-yacht-collection-nfts-for-its-image/ Mon, 09 May 2022 17:39:00 +0000 https://trois-trente.com/bored-and-hungry-the-fast-food-restaurant-that-uses-bored-ape-yacht-collection-nfts-for-its-image/ This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. No, this is not a restaurant where, in addition to hamburgers, you can buy NFTs (non-fungible tokens, i.e. digital assets that represent something unique). bored and hungry is just a fast food restaurant that uses four of […]]]>

This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.

No, this is not a restaurant where, in addition to hamburgers, you can buy NFTs (non-fungible tokens, i.e. digital assets that represent something unique). bored and hungry is just a fast food restaurant that uses four of the characters from the Bored Ape Yacht Club collection as part of its brand image.


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Located in Long Beach, California, the venue was opened by an entrepreneur named Andy Nguyen a few weeks ago. After acquiring four NFTs from the exclusive collection, he decided to use them to give his business an image. “We spent a little over $267,000 on the main monkey, which is the one with our logo, for the mutant monkeys we spent between $65,000 and $75,000 each,” the businessman explained to ABC7 .

Originally, the idea was for the place to be just one appear store (i.e. temporary) for 90 days, but given the success it has had, it has now become a permanent restaurant. Two different types of burgers are offered: the traditional, beef-based, and the vegan, vegetable-based. And although it is not possible to buy any type of NFT in the restaurant, it is possible to pay in cryptocurrency (ApeCoin and Ethereum).

Nguyen has extensive experience in running fast food businesses: burgers, ice cream, cafes, including a Hello Kitty themed cafe. Additionally, he is part of the team that created the NFT’s food fighters .

NFT’S AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Although the Bored Ape Yacht Collection NFTs were created by Yuga Labs, Andy Nguyen and his team may use the image of some of them for their restaurant due to their ownership of those specific pieces. When you acquire a non-fungible digital token, you may also acquire the right to use its image in other areas (although this does not happen automatically and must be recorded in writing if it does). This allows them to be used for creative and different purposes, as in the case of this restaurant or Kingship, the virtual group that uses Bored Ape Yacht Club characters as members.

As NFTs become more popular, we can see them increasingly present in the physical world.

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NoMad London: ‘What price, beautiful kitchen?’ : restaurant review | Food https://trois-trente.com/nomad-london-what-price-beautiful-kitchen-restaurant-review-food/ Sun, 08 May 2022 14:55:00 +0000 https://trois-trente.com/nomad-london-what-price-beautiful-kitchen-restaurant-review-food/ NoMad London, 28 Bow Street, London WC2E 7AW (020 3906 1600). Snacks and starters £9-£30, mains £27-£49, desserts £14, wines from £38 Welcome to wonderland. Or maybe, to be more precise, AdLand. Because here at NoMad London, it’s all about art within an inch of its life. The common rooms are beautiful. The food is […]]]>

NoMad London, 28 Bow Street, London WC2E 7AW (020 3906 1600). Snacks and starters £9-£30, mains £27-£49, desserts £14, wines from £38

Welcome to wonderland. Or maybe, to be more precise, AdLand. Because here at NoMad London, it’s all about art within an inch of its life. The common rooms are beautiful. The food is beautiful. Therefore, I too must be beautiful. There’s hand-painted wallpaper and dark wood and plush velvet and oxblood leather and acres of marble. The shelves in the upstairs library are filled with real books, the kind you might want to read. They are an expression of literary taste, rather than something bought by the yard. The conversion of what was, until 2006, the Bow Street Magistrates Court where Oscar Wilde once stood, is magnificent.

Not that they would be awkward enough to show it. Just like the original Nomadic hotel in New York, the lighting here is dim, bordering on black, bordering on: “Oh my God, do I have macular degeneration?” No, you’ve simply chosen to go out for dinner in central London in 2022. Given soaring energy prices, this could be seen as an economically savvy move, disguised as a style statement. Except the economy isn’t exactly part of the mission statement. I have to say, while I’m obviously going to point fingers and laugh at various things along the way, I had a great time at NoMad. But damn it, it’s expensive. As in: who are all these other people paying their own tea and what offshore tax haven are they using? When I pick up the bill at the end of a night out and cringe at the thought of even submitting the claim, I know something is up.

‘A study in green, orange and purple’: scallops. Photography: Sophia Evans/The Observer

I love spending time with the leather-apronized, masterfully hair-dressed bartender, who serves us a perfectly prepared frozen daiquiri for £16 and a single glass of pinot noir rosé for £15. I appreciate that he fetched us a bowl of olives from the upstairs bar as the only snacks available here are smoked trout rillettes for £16 or fried chicken for £19 and so on. I love being transported from this bar to the expansive three-story atrium that houses the restaurant. It has a touch of the French Quarter of New Orleans about it. It is bordered by a stack of colonnaded balconies from which foliage drips. Lighting comes from hanging lanterns and carefully positioned gutter candles and spotlights. There are plush velor banquettes in shades of olive and chartreuse. They are so squishy that we have to build a bedding out of the scatter cushions to raise our height to something manageable from that of the table. Oh that’s better.

I won’t go into prices except to say that starters top out at £30, mains include a roast chicken for two at £98 and there’s nothing on the wine list below £38 a bottle. It’s like that. But I detect a mismatch here. Do the people who flock to these tables really care about this serious wine list, clearly built by a total nerd, with their pronounced interest in wines in contact with the skin? And do bettors care about the serious and precise effort that has gone into the food?

“Looks like an explosion at a seamstress”: dried mackerel.
“Looks like an explosion at a seamstress”: dried mackerel. Photography: Sophia Evans/The Observer

Among the starters, pan-fried artichokes à la romaine, accompanied by a carefully tangy mint and pistachio sauce, turned into a velvety smoothness. Taut slivers of salted mackerel sit beneath candy-colored ribbons of pickled vegetables, so the plate looks like a seamstress blast. Crispy seaweed curls add a layer of texture, alongside toasted buckwheat pearls. It’s a real thunderbolt. Like, in its own way, are soft ricotta gnudi, runny in the middle, with freshly shelled fava beans, a purée of shiny green fava beans, all seasoned with graters of the highly prized bottarga, the salted and dried eggs of gray mule bottarga. Greedily, we disassemble the domed loaf of bouncy focaccia and use it as a vehicle for the bowl of whipped goat curd.

A rectangle of pork confit, with toffee-like crackers, and a roast chop, is advertised as coming with strawberries, the kind of innovation people shake their heads at. Except that it’s masterful, the acidity and the playing sweetness catch up. A plate of fatty grilled scallops with mashed peas, mint pea puree and carrots under mandoline slices of multicolored carrots is a study in green, orange and purple.

“Spectacularly well done”: rosti.
“Spectacularly well done”: rosti. Photography: Sophia Evans/The Observer

I look around the room, the shine of the jewelry and the shine of the leather pants. How many of these guests are here for the details on these plates and how many for the scene? The dance music echoes, gently vibrating our lower colon as if we’re trying to make room for our dinner. Most of my guests are, like me, through the first wave of youth. They have to be or they couldn’t afford it. I doubt many choose to listen to this music at home. But here they are, among all the shiny surfaces and sagging cushions, wearing the clothes of young people with wide-eyed despair.

We sighed at our side dish, a spectacularly well-made semi-circle of potato rösti, the crispy and robust exterior giving way to sweet onion innards. We frown on our desserts because the grace and technique deployed with all other dishes suddenly disappears. Part of the problem is that while they read well, they’re mostly assemblages of breaded things and glazed things. The other problem is, oddly, a heavy hand with the salt. A blood orange sorbet with slivers of meringue has a salty flavor, as does the crumbled banana and pecan cake with a milk chocolate cream. It’s just weird.

“A salty flavor… it's just weird”: blood orange sorbet.
“A salty flavor… it’s just weird”: blood orange sorbet. Photography: Sophia Evans/The Observer

At the bottom of the dessert menu is a box that reads: “Night at NoMad. Price on request. I ask our perfectly balanced server what that means. She makes a delicate speech about the pleasure coming at the end of the meal. If the date goes really well, some of those pleasures may need to be taken off the table. She opens her eyes wide as if inviting me to finish the sentence, mentally. Ah. If you want to fuck your table companion, you can get a room, price on request. I ask: she’s going to check. It’s £495. But the bill is already £309 and our own bed is only a few miles south. It’s a menu item too far. We pay, dance up the moodily lit stairs, through the front doors once used by Oscar Wilde, and back to the real world.

News

The always wonderful Sonny Stores in Bristol are hosting a series of guest chef revivals. On May 17, Danny Bohan, head chef at the famed River Café in London’s Hammersmith, where Sonny Stores’ Pegs Quinn also cooked for many years. On July 12, it’s Anna Tobias, another River Café veteran, and now head of Café Deco. Finally on August 9, it was Ixta Belfrage who worked a lot with Yotam Ottolenghi. She will celebrate the launch of her new book Excite. For more information on tickets and prices, sign up for the restaurant’s mailing list at sonnystores.com.

Brighton-based restaurateur Razak Helalat, which already owns the Coal Shed, Salt Room and Burnt Orange in the city, is expanding again. In June, he will open Tutto, an Italian restaurant run by Sardinian-born chef Mirella Pau who has previously cooked at Padella and Café Murano in London.

Michael Caines is launching a second, more casual restaurant at his gleaming Devon country hotel Lympstone Manor this month. The Pool House restaurant and bar will accommodate 40 people inside and 60 outside near – as its name suggests – the swimming pool. It will offer a menu of salads, pastas, seafood and pieces of meat grilled over embers, courtesy of an outdoor kitchen. To Lympstonemanor.co.uk.

Email Jay at jay.rayner@observer.co.uk or follow him on Twitter @jayrayner1

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New Indian street food restaurant and bar Indian Rooster opens in former bookmakers Clarendon Park https://trois-trente.com/new-indian-street-food-restaurant-and-bar-indian-rooster-opens-in-former-bookmakers-clarendon-park/ Thu, 05 May 2022 08:00:21 +0000 https://trois-trente.com/new-indian-street-food-restaurant-and-bar-indian-rooster-opens-in-former-bookmakers-clarendon-park/ Foodies living in and around Clarendon Park have a new local place to visit as Indian street food restaurant and bar Indian Rooster has opened for the first time. The new restaurant has launched at 80 Queens Road, in the unit that was once a betting shop. We walked in for a spin. And as […]]]>

Foodies living in and around Clarendon Park have a new local place to visit as Indian street food restaurant and bar Indian Rooster has opened for the first time. The new restaurant has launched at 80 Queens Road, in the unit that was once a betting shop.

We walked in for a spin. And as you can see in our photo gallery below, the premises have undergone quite a transformation.

Indian Rooster was started by Vimal Rana, who already owns and runs The Royal Indian and Indian Rooster in Melton Road, Leicester, as well as a catering business. Vimal told LeicestershireLive he aims to provide “authentic Indian street food with a touch of sophistication”.

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While Indian Rooster’s Melton Road branch is more of a take-out, the Queens Road branch has a larger seating area, allowing more customers to eat their food on the premises. According to Vimal, the food is cooked to order by him and his team of chefs using a charcoal grill.

Want to see inside? Click on our gallery below

Indian Rooster specializes in grilled meats and seafood, with signature dishes such as spicy prawns and chicken karmos – a popular dish in Vimal’s hometown of India, he said. Also on the menu are artisan burgers, all with Indian flavors, fresh naans, curries and Indochinese street food, like chicken lollipops and chilli paneer.

There are many vegetarian options, from vegetarian kebabs to vegetarian curries. Indian Rooster is open from 10:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily.

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Neapolitan pizzeria Spina Pizza and fried comfort food restaurant Small Fry open at Atlanta Dairies in Reynoldstown https://trois-trente.com/neapolitan-pizzeria-spina-pizza-and-fried-comfort-food-restaurant-small-fry-open-at-atlanta-dairies-in-reynoldstown/ Thu, 05 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://trois-trente.com/neapolitan-pizzeria-spina-pizza-and-fried-comfort-food-restaurant-small-fry-open-at-atlanta-dairies-in-reynoldstown/ After popping up for months at the Atlanta Dairies complex on Memorial Drive, Anthony Spina Jr. will take his popular permanent pop-up pizza there by the end of the year. And join Spina pizza opening at Atlanta Dairies this year is a new restaurant from 8ARM and fishmonger owners Skip Engelbrecht and chef Nhan Le […]]]>

After popping up for months at the Atlanta Dairies complex on Memorial Drive, Anthony Spina Jr. will take his popular permanent pop-up pizza there by the end of the year. And join Spina pizza opening at Atlanta Dairies this year is a new restaurant from 8ARM and fishmonger owners Skip Engelbrecht and chef Nhan Le called Small fries.

Both restaurants are located on the outer perimeter of the complex, next to the Three Taverns Imaginarium brasserie.

Spina pizza

If Spina’s name sounds familiar, it’s because her father, Anthony Spina, Sr., is the man behind O4W Pizza, who sparked a pizza craze in Atlanta with Grandma’s Pie when the pizzeria opened in 2015. Unlike his father, who primarily serves Jersey and New York-style pies, Spina Jr. focuses on Neapolitan-style pizzas, including the classic margherita, a lemon-infused pizza, and the Hot Boy garnished with pomodoro sauce, double pepperoni, pecorino and hot honey.

Spina Pizza will also offer a selection of “old world” pastas on the menu and desserts like tiramisu, as well as aperitif cocktails and natural wines by the glass.

Small fries

A counter-service restaurant with a walk-in window serving “quick fried comfort food,” Small Fry is the latest venture from Skip Engelbrecht and Chef Nhan Le. Engrebrecht and Le, along with chef Brad Forsblom, recently opened a seafood market and raw Fishmonger bar in Poncey-Highland. Forsblom will also run the kitchen at Small Fry.

Expect a take-out menu served at the Small Fry, including fried chicken and fried fish sandwiches, falafel burgers, fish nuggets and shrimp baskets plus soft serve ice cream for dessert .

Spina Pizza and Small Fry join Dairies Coffeehouse and Cold Brew Bar, Wonderkid, Three Taverns Imaginarium and Eastern at Atlanta Dairies Concert Hall. El Malo, a rum bar backed by one of the owners of Supremo Taco and Pollo Primo, will also open later this year at the Memorial Drive complex.

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YouYu Asian Street Food Restaurant Opens at Hard Rock Casino | Food News | Cincinnati https://trois-trente.com/youyu-asian-street-food-restaurant-opens-at-hard-rock-casino-food-news-cincinnati/ Tue, 03 May 2022 14:42:34 +0000 https://trois-trente.com/youyu-asian-street-food-restaurant-opens-at-hard-rock-casino-food-news-cincinnati/ Click to enlarge Photo: Hailey Bollinger Hard Rock Casino is now home to Asian-inspired restaurant YouYu. Patrons of Cincinnati’s Hard Rock Casino will now be able to enjoy noodles between sessions at the slot machines. Asian street food-inspired in-house restaurant YouYu opened on May 3. According to a statement, “YouYu offers Balinese, Korean, Taiwanese, Chinese, […]]]>
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Hard Rock Casino is now home to Asian-inspired restaurant YouYu.

Patrons of Cincinnati’s Hard Rock Casino will now be able to enjoy noodles between sessions at the slot machines.

Asian street food-inspired in-house restaurant YouYu opened on May 3.

According to a statement, “YouYu offers Balinese, Korean, Taiwanese, Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese dishes.” The menu includes sections dedicated to sushi, noodles, wok fried dishes and more. Highlights include Korean fried chicken, bulgogi fries, beef brisket and ball pho, Chinese roast duck, and wok-fried tofu and broccoli.

For drinks, there’s boba milk tea, Vietnamese coffee, sake, and Asian beers from Lucky Buddha, Hitachino, and Sapporo.

YouYu’s leader is Daniel Binghak, who was born and raised in Bali, Indonesia, according to the statement. Binghak, who went to culinary school in Singapore, previously worked at Masa in New York, Morimoto in Philadelphia and the Golden Nugget in Biloxi, Mississippi.

“I’m always looking for ways to create dishes that are authentic, fresh and a delight to the eye,” Binghak says. “We want our customers to be as excited about the experience as they are about the food.”

According to the restaurant’s website, it serves “customers aged 21 and over 24 hours a day.”

YouYu joins other dining options inside the Hard Rock Casino, including Council Oak Steaks & Seafood, Brick’d Pizza, and the incumbent Hard Rock Cafe. The YouYu concept is also present at other Hard Rock properties across America, including casinos in Atlantic City and Sacramento.

Hard Rock Casino is located at 1000 Broadway St., Pendleton. Get details on YouYu and see a full menu on hardrockcasinocincinnati.com.

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You will love the new Comfort Food restaurant in Bismarck https://trois-trente.com/you-will-love-the-new-comfort-food-restaurant-in-bismarck/ Tue, 03 May 2022 13:36:28 +0000 https://trois-trente.com/you-will-love-the-new-comfort-food-restaurant-in-bismarck/ I Heart Mac & Cheese will open in Bismarck at 4521 Ottawa Street in Bismarck on Wednesday May 4th. They are just north of Cash Wise Foods. Wednesday will be their official grand opening, however, the restaurant has a soft opening today on Tuesday May 3 for teachers and healthcare professionals, with a 50% discount […]]]>

I Heart Mac & Cheese will open in Bismarck at 4521 Ottawa Street in Bismarck on Wednesday May 4th. They are just north of Cash Wise Foods. Wednesday will be their official grand opening, however, the restaurant has a soft opening today on Tuesday May 3 for teachers and healthcare professionals, with a 50% discount for both professionals.

The owner of this business is Jesse Vetter and he told me, “It’s comfort food for the soul.” Jesse Vetter also owns Pita Pit in Bismarck.

On Wednesday during the grand opening, the first 10 customers will receive free macaroni and cheese. Jesse also said there will be raffle prizes, goodie bags and lots of goodies to give away at the grand opening.

I Heart Mac & Cheese hours of operation will be 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday and Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

I was surprised to find that I Heart Mac & Cheese has so much more than just mac and cheese. Their slogan is “Extreme Comfort Food”. You will find signature bowls, grilled cheese sandwiches and of course mac and cheese. This mac and cheese is definitely very different from what I gave my kid when he was little.

I had to taste test of course and tried one of their signature bowls, the chicken parmesan. All I can say is that it happened pretty quickly. I love that you can create your own sandwiches and customize your own bowls. They also have gluten-free and vegan options.

I was also impressed with the ambience of the restaurant. It’s bright, bold and a great place to hang out with your friends. I will definitely be back for more.


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WATCH: Food story from the year you were born

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You will love the new Comfort Food restaurant in Bismarck https://trois-trente.com/you-will-love-the-new-comfort-food-restaurant-in-bismarck-2/ Tue, 03 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://trois-trente.com/you-will-love-the-new-comfort-food-restaurant-in-bismarck-2/ I Heart Mac & Cheese will open in Bismarck at 4521 Ottawa Street in Bismarck on Wednesday May 4th. They are just north of Cash Wise Foods. Wednesday will be their official grand opening, however, the restaurant has a soft opening today on Tuesday May 3 for teachers and healthcare professionals, with a 50% discount […]]]>

I Heart Mac & Cheese will open in Bismarck at 4521 Ottawa Street in Bismarck on Wednesday May 4th. They are just north of Cash Wise Foods. Wednesday will be their official grand opening, however, the restaurant has a soft opening today on Tuesday May 3 for teachers and healthcare professionals, with a 50% discount for both professionals.

The owner of this business is Jesse Vetter and he told me, “It’s comfort food for the soul.” Jesse Vetter also owns Pita Pit in Bismarck.

On Wednesday during the grand opening, the first 10 customers will receive free macaroni and cheese. Jesse also said there will be raffle prizes, goodie bags and lots of goodies to give away at the grand opening.

I Heart Mac & Cheese hours of operation will be 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday and Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

I was surprised to find that I Heart Mac & Cheese has so much more than just mac and cheese. Their slogan is “Extreme Comfort Food”. You will find signature bowls, grilled cheese sandwiches and of course mac and cheese. This mac and cheese is definitely very different from what I gave my kid when he was little.

I had to taste test of course and tried one of their signature bowls, the chicken parmesan. All I can say is that it happened pretty quickly. I love that you can create your own sandwiches and customize your own bowls. They also have gluten-free and vegan options.

I was also impressed with the ambience of the restaurant. It’s bright, bold and a great place to hang out with your friends. I will definitely be back for more.


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WATCH: Food story from the year you were born

From product innovations to major recalls, Stacker studied what has happened in food history every year since 1921, according to news and government sources.

Top 10 Foods Bisman People Hated When They Were Kids…and Still Hate!

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