The Uniqueness of Idaho's Restaurants

Posted by Kevin Hughes on Tuesday, June 21st, 2011 at 12:10pm.

Rear shot of Idaho RestaurantMoving to Boise, including the areas of Nampa, Meridian, Eagle, and Garden City, offers a smorgasbord of dining opportunities—over 1800 choices in the entire area—including food from each of the world's continents. Truly something for everyone.  Below is a brief overview of Boise's 9 most unique dining experiences.

#1 – Rick's Press Room – Meridian
Featured on the Food Network, newcomers to the Meridian area can enjoy a trip to Rick's Press Room. The atmosphere is casual with a “this just in” breaking news theme. Headlines from many different newspapers are displayed on the walls and food offerings include salmon in potato, chicken, rib-eye steak, and Fettuccine Alfredo.

#2 – Brick 29 Bistro – Nampa
Placed on prime Nampa real estate, Brick 29 is a eye-catching restaurant with a pleasant, upscale atmosphere (casual dress is allowed). Sunday brunch is available with a large buffet, including breakfast items, salads, and entrees. Standard fare is beef, lamb, chicken, macaroni and cheese, soups and salads.

Bardenay Restaurant in Idaho

#3 – Madhuban Indian Cuisine – Boise
Vegetarians looking for Boise homes can get to know the area through its vegetarian cuisine. With over half of the buffet dishes being vegetarian or vegan, Madhuban offers a wide selection to satisfy any appetite. Dishes include Palak Paneer, Aloo Mutter, and Chana Saag.

#4 – Copper Canyon Restaurant – Nampa
Upscale dining at reasonable prices can be enjoyed at the Copper Canyon Restaurant. Dishes include classic salads, soups, pastas, meats, and the unique vegetarian dish of grilled portabella polenta.

#5 – Tucano's Brazilian Grill – Boise
Fine dining in a unique setting, Tucano's offers classic Brazilian Fare and American dishes with a Brazilian twist. Offerings include specialty skewers, beef, poultry, pork, and vegetable entrees, and unique appetizers and desserts.

#6 – Berryhill & Co. Fine Dining – Boise
Downtown Boise boasts “fine, yet casual” dining at the Berryhill & Co. Restaurant. Open for lunch, dinner, happy hour, and Sunday brunch, Berryhill offers unique dishes such as Angry Pasta (a spicy dish), Tomato & Chevre Ravioli, and Kurobota Pork Chop Ragout.

#7 – Shangri-La Tea Room & Cafe – Boise
A fully vegetarian and vegan dining experience can be found here, with mock tuna salads, tofu scrambles, and falafel burgers. There are, of course, a wide variety of teas to choose from, and a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy.

This is just a small sampling of the ample restaurants within distance to Idaho real estate in the Boise area. With over 1800 selections to choose from, relocating to this area will not disappoint any hungry individuals.

Kevin Hughes

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