We went shopping at the Asian market so decided to stay and try one of the places around the corner in Rolfe Square. There was nothing wrong with it. The waitress was friendly and the food was good, but the ambience felt a little down trodden and the food was missing a certain pizzazz.
Madeleine List of the Providence Journal reports Department of Public Health inspectors have ordered the owners of a supermarket on Cadillac Drive to cease the sale of live animals in their store. Health inspectors responded to a complaint about the Good Fortune Supermarket on Tuesday and found 45 frogs and seven turtles for sale at the establishment, said Joseph Wendelken, spokesman for the Rhode Island Department of Health. The department ordered the owners to stop selling the animals and put up signs at the store to notify the public that the critters were not for sale, Wendelken said.
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Amazing Cambodian food, though they have other Asian food as well. Decor and ambiance is alright and nothing much to rave about though the food does all the talking. Good quantity, tastes authentic and is low priced. Really good flavors, could add some more spice if you want to.
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We always wanted to shop Asian markets for little-known herbs and sauces for Thai, Chinese, Vietnamese and Japanese cooking, but where to begin? For help along our adventure, we enlisted James Mark from north restaurant and north bakery in Providence to take us on a private tour. V Mart Narragansett Ave.
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It's very clean and has a great prepared food section. The staff is friendly and they have a couple free sample stations to find new favorites. I've only been once so far and they had lots of fruit samples out.