Serving a generous helping of Idaho hospitality and steak-and-potatoes cuisine, this wood-paneled mainstay opened its doors in 1959. While trendy eateries have moved into Boise, this restaurant has kept to its roots. Diners will find Western art and artifacts decorating the restaurant's dark walls, and a menu that looks the same as did it 40 years ago. All cuts of steak are offered from tenderloin tips to prime rib, and the prawns come big, breaded and fried.
Serving specialty pizzas, this funky little joint has become a local Boise favorite. The list of pizza choices seems endless, from traditional pies like the Contest Combo with pepperoni, sausage, olives and mushrooms, to the nontraditional, such as the Acapulco Verde with black bean sauce, onions, tomatillo sauce and tomatoes. There are even pesto pizzas, chicken pizzas and vegetarian pizzas. Side orders include salads and bread sticks. A wide selection of beverages is available, from wine coolers and beer to soft drinks.
This bicycle-decorated coffee house offers something most others don't - waffles, and lots of them. Diners can select from six different waffles with toppings ranging from hot applesauce to peanut butter. Other breakfast items include quiche and muffins. Sandwiches, soup and salad are the lunch offerings. The owner, a former racer and bicycle mechanic, is known for brewing strong coffee.
Little has changed at this side-of-the-road cafe, and, but one thing is for sure, neither have its famous scones. Typical deli sandwiches, soups and salads are consumed here, but if you would like to unleash the sugar-tooth fairy, try a scone - powdered-sugar, fruit and honey are just a few of the options. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this restaurant never closes. Leave the cell phone and laptop at home, but bring plenty of quarters for the jukebox.
Even though the location is less than glamorous, the food at Fresh Off the Hook Seafood Restaurant is simply delicious. The popular eatery often has people lining up for its seafood lunches. Offering seafood salads, sandwiches, fish and chips, pasta, and tacos, the restaurant also features specialty dishes like the Zesty Italian Cod and Eileen's Crab Bake. The beverage menu includes beer and wine.
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There are brightly colored food items, and the selection is overwhelming. But the food court at the Boise Towne Square Mall pleases everyone. Low-key and casual, the options here are perfect for large groups that can't agree on a single restaurant. Options include Mario's Pizza, Kelly's Cajun Grill, Edo-Japan, Great Steak and Potato Co., Courtside Deli, Panda Express and a variety of chain restaurants. After filling up, browse through Idaho's largest mall.
Taj Mahal in Downtown Boise is the place to head to for large portions of scrumptious Indian cuisine. Contrary to the popular belief that Indian food is always spicy, this restaurant strives to prepare your order as per your liking, and you are served a customized Indian delicacy. Your Indian feast begins with vegetable pakoras, shami kababs and meat samosas, followed by many seafood, chicken, lamb and beef dishes. The biryani options are numerous, and you can gorge on anything from shrimp and lamb to steak and vegetable. From the tandoor come specialties like shrimp tikka and tandoori chicken, which will definitely leave you smacking your lips. Indian desserts like kheer and kulfi are the perfect way to end the meal. The combination of warm Indian hospitality and traditional fare is a winning one, making this eatery a must-visit.
Committed to sourcing produce and ingredients from local ranchers and farmers, Fork serves patrons delicious American fare. Serving lunch and dinner daily, as well as brunch on Saturdays, this restaurant has a lot of plates meant for sharing, so you and your group can enjoy some great Northwestern fare together. Starting with New Orleans style barbecue shrimp and grilled artichokes, you can eat your way through a meal comprising Northwest flank steak, local ale-braised short ribs, apple barrel chicken and more. The signature warm butter cake and chocolate bread pudding are just two of the many delightful confections on offer. Saturday brunch comes complete with the 'build your own Bloody Mary' bar.
The Reef welcomes you with its tropical décor, warm ambiance and mouthwatering cuisine. Listen to some original music played by live bands as you dig into exotic salads and take your fill of entrées like Thai-style coconut smothered chicken, tacos with cabbages and mango, pastas stuffed with cheese, meat and fresh vegetables and meat variations marinated in delectable sauces. Choose from lip-smacking sandwiches and burgers layered with gourmet cheese, vegetables and cooked meat. Desserts like the chocolate based cream, coconut and berry stuffed lava cake and pineapple cake served with delicious rum ice cream are sure to make you come back for more! You can hire the Hemingway Room for private dinners or business parties. Hours are seasonal. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events and exact working hours.
Every food lover's paradise and every chocoholic and cheese-lover's delight, the Melting Pot is consistent in delivering excellent service. Apart from the usual treats, lobster and steak have joined fondue on the menu. The expansive drink menu includes wine, chocolate martinis and mojitos.
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Serving a generous helping of Idaho hospitality and steak and
potatoes cuisine, this wood paneled mainstay opened its doors in 1959. While trendy eateries have moved into Boise, this restaurant has kept to its roots. Diners will find Western ...