This was a great find! Casual, delicious indian food. Street-food style. I loved that they have a couple of big-dinner specials and then a bunch of other stuff. I think there's something for everyone.
Just know that it is not your typical 'fancy' indian restaurant with a myriad of dishes. They have a short menu, but they do it all very well.
An AMAZING bar that serves the most delicious and creative cocktails, as well as scrumptious and classy apps. The decor was wonderful, the people eclectic. There were all kinds here. I felt very comfortable.
They have a great bar, and various styles of seating: loveseats, 2 tops, hightop table that seats many, and couches. Something for everyone.
Oh - and the most beautiful bathroom I've ever seen.
Don't miss out.
We were visiting Asheville for a few days. We went back 2 nights in a row.
It was a Monday morning in Gainesville and that means nothing is open! Luckily we got in to the breakfast at the Inn under the wire. The decor is very cute, and the food home-made. It wasn't out of this world, but it was good enough since we were starving. I don't think I would go there for breakfast regularly unless they had a special brunch occasion.
We've been in Asheville for five days and we've eaten at HomeGrown at least 6 times already. We've had breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Everything is tasty and delicious. They have a decent alcohol selection including local craft beers. They serve great coffee for breakfast, good iced tea, and they also have kombucha.
I highly recommend the fried buttermilk chicken. Cheesy grits were also good. The sesame garlic greens were amazing. It's tough to go wrong here. The only thing was the meatloaf was a little dry for my taste, but the homemade gravy made up for it.
It's a casual, homey place with all kinds of people coming and going - hipsters, young professionals, retired people, families. Great mix. Good wifi.
Perfect for a cold winter night! We were surprised at the quality of korean food we found here in Asheville. Went with family and ordered a few dishes to share.
We ordered the kimchee pancakes as an appetizer - they were tasty but a little too greasy.
The beefbroth dumpling and rice cake soup was out of this world tasty. We ordered Galbi in a stonebowl - awesome. The short ribs were good, but we prefer a fattier cut (they were a little lean for us). The side dishes were generous, and the barley tea delicious. Don't bother ordering green tea as it's in a bag.
AMAZING menu - out of the box tacos (mole roasted duck, bangkok shrimp, etc). I had a delicious homemade margarita. I recommend getting 2 tacos at a time.
I had the special mole roasted duck taco, as well as a buffalo chicken taco with a homemade blue cheese sauce - yums!
They seem pricey ($3.25-$5.50 for the special) but they are worth the price - highly recommended. Don't miss out.
We stopped by for brunch and they seated us right away even though they were busy. I was waiting for my husband and no waiter came up to offer me water or anything until he sat down, hence the no five stars.
They offered homemade eggnog but ran out by the time I put my order in :(
We had quiche which was amazing, and my husband had the biscuits and gravy.
Everything was great food wise.
Recently in San Diego, and found out about this place from a local we met at the farmer's market.
The first time we had an amazing experience with a wonderful server. We enjoyed a plate with homemade sausages, pickled veggies and sauerkraut, as well as the salchichero (fries topped with longaniza, local cheese, pickled onions, home made bacon and guacamole - AMAZING).
The second night we had a vegetarian waitress. :/
Yep. Vegetarian. We asked her how the liverwurst was and she gave us a blank look.
Don't get it. Food was still good, but I felt slightly awkward.
I'll definitely go back next time I'm in town, but will keep my fingers crossed that we get our awesome server again.
In town for a conference with my husband and another couple. We had an incredible dining experience, with a wonderful waitress who ensured we were happy.
I recommend the tasting menu, which seems to be seasonal.
My friend and I split the wine tasting as we are not big drinkers, and it wasn't a problem - in fact, the waitress kept giving us a little extra.
I'm heading back to SD in a couple of weeks, and I'll head over to the market for sure. My favorite restaurant is at the Ritz Carlton in Florida, and the Market definitely gave it some competition.
If you like food, go.