I’ve been wanting to go for Pho for years. I just haven’t because I didn’t know what to order, how to eat it or even how to act once I got there. This past Friday, Deborah and I went to Pho Saigon Restaurant Denver.
A couple of months ago I walked into our office and Deborah was there and had brought Robert Pho for lunch. Robert is one of the owner’s of our company and Deborah is his girlfriend.
From Lebanese to Moroccan dishes, Sahara Restaurant Denver has proudly been serving traditional Arabian cuisine to the Metro area for over 15 years.
This week found us lunching and brunching at NoNo’s Cafe on County Line Road, just east of Santa Fe. I don’t know why we don’t go to NoNo’smore often, it’s just minutes away from home, reasonably priced and offers a good menu. I feel very comfortable saying that anyone can find something to their liking on the menu. Food with a New Orleans theme, an atmosphere slightly country-fied, and welcoming hospitality are what you’ll find here.
As promised, I made a 2nd lunch trip to Pesce Fresco in Greenwood Village. Again, let me tell you that I LOVE that restaurant. The atmosphere is elegant and cozy, the wait staff accomplished and attentive and the food excellently crafted.
Bob and I made the anticipated lunch date, studied the menu, and then odered nothing we had pre-planned! HA Doesn’t matter, I’m convinced everything is good.
Bob ordered the Ricotta Gnocchi.
I was thrilled to find out that one of my favorite restaurants, Pesce Fresco Bistro Denver (Centennial) has reopened for lunch. So one of my top notch Realtor friends, Mary McCollough, Keller Williams DTC, and I made plans to go. The new menu did not disappoint, with some very interesting items.
Catching my eye were:
Seafood Relleno: Handmade rellano stuffed with shrimp, lobster, crab, Nanchego and Asadero cheese, over a savory posole, with calavasitas, topped with a fried egg and sharp cheddar.
Now, doesn’t that sound interesting. If I hadn’t had a cheeseburger for lunch yesterday, I would have gone for it.