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It's a little creepy being the only customer in a restaurant around noon 
4th-Jan-2005 01:14 pm
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So, I tried out this little restaurant Namish in a strip mall across from the Target in Roseville (near Har-Mar). It was… interesting.

The main sign advertises "International Cuisine and Catering" which apparently means Italian, Mexican and Greek food. The lunch buffet changes daily, with gyros on Monday, Mexican food on Tuesday, Italian on Wednesday, "Variety" on Thursday and Indian food on Friday. (Saturday is "Combination".)

The food was nothing too exciting (beef quesadillas, chicken enchiladas, rice, beans and chicken and beef "fajitas" which in this case means tortillas and two steam trays of meat with nearby cheese and a salad).

I was a little worried on the way in when I saw a guy holding a sign advertising the buffet at the turn off of County B.
Comments 
4th-Jan-2005 07:29 pm (UTC)
Hmm. I'm glad you tried it first. Doesn't sound like anything I'd be interested in.
4th-Jan-2005 08:44 pm (UTC)
Yeah, their vegetarian friendly menu would have consisted of the rice, beans and salad. Oh, I guess the tortillas were probably vegetarian safe too. There was some dish named something like sabaz which looked like potatoes and peas or something, possibly indian (which made it look pretty out of place in the Mexican buffet).

monstersocks and I had considered trying it out before but I went as a guinea pig. I don't think she'd find much on the buffet to eat, although some of the items from the menu (spinach and cheese ravioli, broccoli and cheese ravioli and maybe mac and cheese wedges) might appeal to her.
4th-Jan-2005 08:58 pm (UTC)
Broccoli and cheese ravioli doesn't sound too good, and I don't care to speculate as to what exactly "mac and cheese wedges" even are.
5th-Jan-2005 04:38 am (UTC)
I think it sounds like something you'd usually have to go to the State Fair to find.
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4th-Jan-2005 08:47 pm (UTC)
I think they close at 8 on weekdays and they're open for a couple hours on Saturday around lunch time. Not the best way to build up a healthy clientele.

It's just a cute little cicada shell on a bocce ball.
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