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Friday, January 24, 2014

Food Feedback Friday: crab, curry, and coconut

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Mylo Coffee Co.s blueberry muffins
  • Mylo Coffee Co.'s blueberry muffins

Another chilly Friday today, but we’re ready to cozy up with some good food talk. It’s time, once again, for Food Feedback Friday. Let us know what you’re eating and what you think about it.

Last week on FFF, we heard about the “best bite of the week” from BethSouth on Main's “ little soft shell crab that surprisingly came out on the Gulf Boil plate, cornmeal dusted, perfectly crunchy, and dunked in the silky tomato fennel slurry was exquisite." Hattonflyer told us about an epic food day in which he consumed “a Footlong Chili Cheese Dog at 3 Sam's for lunch with a side of Peanut Butter Pie. Later that night I was at the Westover Wednesday and tried a Meatball Waffle from the Waffle Wagon, a yummy pizza from Pizzeria Santa Lucia and some Coconut Curry Ramen with Short Ribs from Southern Salt.” RazorbackArmyVet is impressed with the new Littlefield’s Café run by the owners of the old Starlite Café, which is now shut down. Bob Edwards tells us that the “highlight of the week was takeout from Fantastic China. Their Wonderful Shrimp is, well wonderful!” Kevin enjoyed his night at Table 28, stating that he “can safely say this restaurant is churning out some of the finest food in Little Rock.” I agree. Lastly, Raven tells us that the “ highlight of the week was today's mission to Mark's Donuts (in NLR). Incredible melt in your mouth massive pillows of sugar bliss.”

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