Bedford in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Bedford with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4 based on 310 reviews
Visiting my mother-in-law, my wife was drooling for a Reuben sandwich at Corky & Lenny's. They have excellent deli food served with professional bustle. All in all, an excellent place with ample proportions. My Nova platter was totally satisfying.Thank you for your visit! I'm glad you enjoyed your food and let us know how we can get that fifth star from you next time!
5 based on 18 reviews
I met up with a couple of customers here for a beer or two. I'm not much of a beer drinking, or whiskey or bourbon for that matter but I'm so glad that I was introduced to this establishment. It was so unique that I found myself talking about it to others. The wait staff is amazing. They really know their stuff. I had some fruity kind of beer and was very pleased with his recommendation. We had some appetizers to include flat bread pizza, wings and the pretzel. All excellent and filling. Would definitely recommend.
5 based on 60 reviews
Fresh local or distant produce, dairy, wines and beer, meats, fish counter, cold cuts, salad bar, bakery (best cakes around), cooked ready-to-eat meals, salad bar, ATM and more. Employees are awesome, fresh coffee for shoppers, lots of parking space. I visit this store weekly with great interest.
5 based on 123 reviews
Mitchell's is mine and my husbands favorite ice cream place. The flavors are amazing and change with the season. They also have flavors that stay on the menu year round. There is usually a line, but it goes fast and the staff is always so great. Its definitely worth trying. Everytime we bring someone new to Mitchells thry fall in love with their ice cream!
5 based on 16 reviews
I had the $8 Battleship Row Meatball sub. 13" of yumminess. It was enough for 3 people. After being in NYC and Niagara, this was the deal of the week. Highly recommended ?
4.5 based on 118 reviews
Authentically fresh Indian cuisine in a fast casual environment.
Amazing place to have tasty Indian food with nice ambience. Super fast service! My order with 10 items got ready in less than 3 minutes. Their staff were very helpful and polite during checkout and while getting a to go box. Their mango kulfi ice-cream and mango lassi is a must try. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone to wants to try Indian food!
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Only 100% Gluten-Free cafe, restaurant, caterer and bakery in the Cleveland, OH area. Menu is mostly focused on crepes, panini and more. We do special events like pop up dinners every month.
I never knew Cafe Avalaun existed until a friend invited me to meet her there for breakfast this week. Immediately off of I-271 at the Richmond and Emery exit, it is extremely easy to find and the parking is plentiful. When I walked in, my immediate impression was cozy, warm and contemporary. The owner, Brian Doyle, greeted me and welcomed me, smiling from behind the counter as if he'd known me for years. Because of that alone I knew I was going to love this place, but what followed fully backed up my first impression. Brick walls, tiled floors and wooden tables and trim give this small diner a homey feel. The menu is hand-written on a wall-to-wall blackboard behind the counter and has lots of vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, diary-free, soy-free, nut-free and paleo choices. Crepes are a specialty here and come in seventeen varieties: 6 breakfast crepes, 7 savory crepes and 4 sweet crepes. 3-egg omelets and breakfast sandwiches are also offered. I was pleased to learn that Brian was more than willing to fry up a couple of eggs for me, over-just-past-medium exactly the way I like them. The toast is 100% gluten free, baked in-house, and different every day. What Brian served me was large, thin-sliced, hearty yet tender even though it was toasted dark as I requested. It had what looked like sesame or sunflower seeds in it and was quite tasty. Lunch choices include wraps, Cuban, Vegan and Turkey paninis, and four salads that are filled with delicious things like kale, goat cheese, beets, pistachios and such. Yogurt parfaits and fruit are available and I'm sure they're both yummy, but they lose their glamour when you see the delicious selection of pastries sitting beside them in the front case! Homemade cookies, scones, muffins, biscuits, danish sit pretty in tantalizing rows. Best of all, though, is Brian's coffee. He offers a little bit of everything but makes it exactly the way you want it - you may have noticed that 'exactly the way you want it' has been a rucurring theme throughout this review, and it is definitely the reason why I chose to review this little gem of a cafe. Brian is careful to clean all of his coffee-making equipment daily to avoid mold, and even made pour-over coffee for my friend who has a debilitating mold allergy so she could sit and enjoy a delicious, hot cup of coffee with me. Because of my dietary restrictions, I had to 'settle' for the decaf, but what delicious decaf it was! It was dark, rich, strong, and piping hot - I would never have guessed it was decaf if Brian (and my body's lack of reaction) hadn't assured me it was. We enjoyed our time there so much that we didn't leave until the lunch rush began, and I already know I'll be back there again much sooner than later. Give Cafe Avalaun a try - you'll be glad you did!
4 based on 32 reviews
Saturday afternoon for Lunch. Only maybe 5 other tables seated. Lots of large screens with a variety of Sports etc. could be seen from any angle. We tried the Riblet appetizer. It had some sort of weird breading on them. Did not expect it. Thought they would just be with the hot sauce I ordered with them. I had the Original Salad, large size. I always enjoy it when I stop at a Winking Lizard. Other ordered an Asian wrap. We also had 1/2 order of onion rings. Typical frozen and greasy. Not good at all.
Service was OK. Free popcorn when you get in so you have something to munch on waiting to be served.
One Iced tea and water, our bill was $34.82 not including tip.
4 based on 239 reviews
Met for happy hour and apps. Absolutely fabulous guacamole (got 3 different kinds) with plantain and other assorted chips. Also had portobello empanadas - OMG they were to die for! This was one of the best happy hour and appetizer combinations I have ever had the pleasure of enjoying! Will be back!
4.5 based on 199 reviews
This is more than a place for a great piece of meat. Critics are buzzing about Red, The Steakhouse. No wonder it ranks within the top 10 best steakhouses in the country according to Esquire and Playboy magazines. Look for creative cuisine a la seafood, poultry, pasta and more by Executive Chef Jonathan Bennett. Outstanding wine selection courtesy of Sommelier Cyrus Davarpanah.
Our server was top notch and treated us to a special dessert for our post Valentines Day visit. Both of our steaks arrived as ordered with that perfectly seasoned crust. Bri her of us left anything behind in our plates. We look forward to a return visit very soon. Although pricy, well worth the cost.
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