Food Review: With Castanea, a Richmond Chef Finds the Perfect Setting For His Culinary Talent (Closed)
Food Review: Kampot at Balliceaux's Revamped Menu Lives Up to Its Chic Setting (Closing)
Food Review: Maple & Pine Brings a New Sophistication to Downtown Richmond
Food Review: Talley’s Meat & Three Wants Everyone to Come to the Table
Stony Point Fashion Park’s Les Crepes takes the stuff-anything-into-a-crepe approach, resulting in riffs on classics such as this prosciutto and brie crepe, with Parmesan, arugula and tomato.
Food Review: The White Horse Tavern Keeps it Simple With Pub Fare and Plenty of Beer (Closed)
Food Review: Tahoe's California Grill Brings the West Coast to the West End
Food Review: Les Crepes Brings a Little Bit of France to South Side Richmond
Food Review: Belle & James Opens the Possibilities For Downtown Richmond
Cheng Du’s baked tofu and peanut salad is drizzled in a powerful Sichuan chili sauce that simultaneously heats up and numbs the palate.
Food Review: Chef Owen Lane’s New Vagabond Puts Him On a Larger Stage
Food Review: Home Sweet Home Corners the Grilled Cheese Market in Richmond
Food Review: Pop’s Market on Grace Shows Downtown Richmond That Fast Can Also Be Delicious
Food Review: Ta Fanocho Puts Rare Guamanian Cuisine On the Richmond Map
Food Review: Cheng Du Adds More Authentic Sichuan Flavor to the West End
Middle Eastern fare such as charcoal-grilled shish taouk, falafel and a tasting platter including hummus and fattoush makes for outstanding eating at Mesopotamia Delicatessen.
Food Review: The Flavors Soar at Dutch & Co. Spinoff Stroops Heroic Dogs
Food Review: Seven Hills Brewing Does a Good Job With Classic Fare
Food Review: Los Gauchos Rides Into Richmond With Argentine Cuisine
Food Review: Mesopotamia Delicatessen Makes Middle Eastern Fare Worth Seeking Out
Kelly Jet Systems Hamburgers was a burger chain that predated McDonald’s. The red-and-white striped building on the Boulevard has been loving restored by Eat Restaurant Partners, and this burger, the Kelly’s classic, is a nod to its roots.
Food Review: Boulevard Burger & Brew Puts a Modern Spin on an Old Richmond Classic
Food Review: Does Plaza del Rey Live Up to the Fine Mexican Dining Concept?
Food Review: Wood-Fired Pies Are Your First Choice at Shockoe Valley Pizza & Bar
Food Review: A Revamped Pescados Features Inventive, Perfectly Cooked Seafood Dishes
Rapp Session is all about seafood, and here, mussels and morcilla swim in a sherry broth with Sub Rosa bread to soak up the briny goodness.
Food Review: Lucca Enoteca Brings the Mediterranean to Downtown’s Restaurant Row (Rebranded as Maya Mexican)
Food Review: Mostly Hits But a Few Misses at Hibachi Box in the Fan
Food Review: Citizen Burger Bar Is a Worthy Contender for America’s Favorite Meal
Food Review: Rapp Session is the Oyster Bar Richmond Has Been Waiting For
At Citizen, the barbecued shrimp po’ boy is lavished with creole gravy and piled high with a spicy cabbage and sun-dried tomato salad topping.
Food Review: Citizen Finds a New Location and Adds Dinner at Last
Food Review: Kreggers Tap and Table Makes Itself at Home in Ashland
Food Review: Urban Farmhouse Market & Café Spreads Out and Stays Local (Manchester location closed)
At the Boathouse, you’ll feel like you hit the jackpot when you try the tuna poke bowl, with marinated tuna, pitch-perfect seaweed salad, edamame and avocado atop a bed of sticky rice with pine nuts, yellow onion and wasabi dressing.
Food Review: Sugar’s Crab Shack Is a Mandatory Stop in North Side
Food Review: The Spirit of Caliente Lives on at the New Sheppard Street Tavern
Food Review: Liberty Public House Moves Into an Old Theater in Church Hill
Food Review: The Boathouse Brings Satisfying Seafood to the West End
At the Dog and Pig Show, owner and chef James Eckrosh pumps up shrimp and grits with bacon butter and kimchi, topped by fish roe.
Food Review: Boka Grill & Growlers Delivers on Almost All Fronts
Food Review: Sabai Brings More Than Thai Classics to the Table
Food Review: The Dog and Pig Show Offers Big Flavors in a Small Space
Atop succotash sautéed in bacon fat, Julep’s crab cake encapsulates the best of Virginia seafood.
Food Review: JKogi Gives Second Street a New Kind of Asian Cuisine
Food Review: Julep’s New Southern Cuisine Takes Attention to Detail to East Grace Street
Food Review: Nota Bene Has Become an Entirely Different Restaurant
East Coast Provisions emphasizes presentation, although this smoked salmon and deep-fried egg appetizer brings as much flavor to the plate as it does artfulness.
Food Review: Ray’s Other Place Delights With Creative Twists On the Standards
Food Review: The Fancy Biscuit Makes Everything Seem Right With the World
Food Review: Seafood Gets an Upgrade at East Coast Provisions
Food Review: A Few Missteps Keep Union Table and Tap From Becoming a Neighborhood Go-To
Tenka Ramen’s signature dish is anchored by tonkotsu broth, and its noodles are topped with sprouts, chasu pork, scallions, half of a runny egg and a spicy paste.
Food Review: Caboose Market and Café Deserves a Spot at the Front of the Train
Food Review: Tenka Ramen Brings the Noodles Downtown