Ben’s Chili Bow – this restaurant is a true light of Washington, D.C. A neighborhood place, where patrons get the real sense of food and taste delicious meals. Ben’s was founded in 1958 and since then, it has attracted a lot of locals and celebrities with its famous dishes. The dish that made this restaurant famous was chili, so if you ever had a chance to try their chili, do pass out that opportunity. Take my word on it; it tastes like out of this world. The great thing about Ben’s is that it has food for everyone’s tastes buds.
Big Star – if you are a fan of tacos, then Big Star in Chicago will blow your mind away. If you are keen on visiting this restaurant, I would advise you to go early because you will likely to experience some waiting time, especially during summer months. Casual settings and friendly personnel will make this visit even better. The Chef Paul Kahan does wonders, and he won’t leave disappointed. Depending on your preferences, you can enjoy tacos, or have margaritas, which are so delicious but can make you seriously boozy. If you ever visit this restaurant, you will have a chance to try real and authentic Mexican food.
Bollywood Theater – we all know that Indian food is too spicy and sometimes bad for the stomach, but chef and owner of Bollywood Theater, Troy MacLarty, found a way to bypass that. This is one of the most visited and most popular restaurants in Portland. Considering the number of people visiting Bollywood Theater, you would expect the high prices of the meals, but you can have a lunch for less than $10. The entire setting is adjusted to Indian culture, and you can see screen playing favorite movies from Bollywood production. This restaurant is a nice way to spend your time if you ever find yourself in Portland.