Sunday, October 22, 2006

Three Latest and Best

Hmmm. Colder weather, more dress-up parties, and fall menus!

Butternut Squash Maple Soup at Oakley's Bistro: It's Baaa-aaaaack! There's a reason patrons clamor for this signature soup even before it goes on the Fall menu. It's quite simply fantastic. This sweet and savory classic smells like pumpkin pie before you've taken your first bite, and the spicy creaminess satisfies to the last drop. If you haven't had it before, try it. If you already love it, it's time to head in for more.

Beef Tenderloin at Midtown Grill: With a new chef and revamped menu, Midtown Grill seems to be doing just fine. At a recent cocktail party, the buffet dinner was better than your average fare -- oven roasted potatoes with sea salt, well-flavored mixed vegetables, and a *delicious* beef tenderloin in a perfect horseradish cream sauce.

Cool Fall Nights with India Garden: While the service has gone downhill at the Broad Ripple location in the past few months, the food is still perfect for these cold, dark nights. There's nothing more perfect than the Chicken Tikka Masala, nan, and a stress-free night in front of the television. Twenty-first century comfort food.


Anonymous said...

bhindi masala at Shalimar, the best!

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