A meal here isn't too expensive, running just around $10 per person, as of 2009.
It isn't surprising then to find so many ethnic restaurants from which to choose.
This isn't your mall food court kind of Chinese food.
While Portland isn't a mecca for hookah, there are a handful of hookah bars that have made their mark on the rainy city.
If wine isn't your thing, the restaurant also offers 40 types of beers, 30 sodas (mostly of the low-sugar or unsweetened natural variety),
iced teas, herbal teas, coffee, hot chocolate and bottled water.
The revamped menu isn't the only reason to give the "new" Blue Lantern a try.
Raj Palace Indian Restaurant4000 US Highway 130 North N Delran, NJ 08075(856) 764-3400rajpalaceindianrestaurant.com Bella Pizza Café Bella Pizza Café isn't simply known for having some of the best pizza pies in all of New Jersey.
Despite the name, pizza isn't the only thing on the menu here -- diners can also choose from sandwiches and subs, fresh lasagna, burgers, or simply go for the all-you-can-eat salad bar.
Or if beef isn't your dish, sample the seafood including jumbo shrimp, pike, salmon, scallops or lobster, or the chicken breast or strips.
This isn't your ordinary steakhouse--Daniel's Broiler is an upscale, gourmet establishment.
San Francisco isn't just known for the Golden Gate Bridge, it's also known for its great cuisine.
Looking for a romantic place in Kauai isn't rocket science.