Burtonsville in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Burtonsville with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 480 reviews
We placed a large take-out order recently. The food was incredible. The pizza fontina alone is worth multiple visits. The seafood salad was full of fresh seafood, and the pasta dishes were delicious. The meals came with lots of fresh Italian bread and salads. We will definitely be back.
4 based on 220 reviews
I'd been here previously for lunch but never before for dinner. Went this evening with my wife and a couple of friends and everyone was thrilled with my recommendation. We ordered four different dishes - two chicken with rice, beans, and plantains, one beef, and...MoreWe're glad you came back for dinner, Jerome! Great recommendation. We hope this experience entices you to come back again for dinner.
4.5 based on 150 reviews
Spanish theme restaurant with large menu containing many choices including tapas. Our dining companions recommended the crispy duck salad and the arapos for appetizers and the lamp chops for a main course. Very popular restaurant on the weekends. Reservations recommended.
3.5 based on 9 reviews
This Starbucks has probably been able to remain open only because of the commuter lot behind this almost deserted shopping center. Lines can be long in the early morning and late afternoon because of all the commuters trying to grab a quick cup before they board the bus to the Metro or before they get into their cars after getting off the bus for the drive home. I notice that other reviewers indicate that it's cold. Well, that's because the drive thru window is almost constantly open or the line is out the door so it stays open more than it's closed. Although it has tables, this isn't a location that I'd go and take my laptop to spend alot of time.
4 based on 7 reviews
I stop here a few times a week during the morning for an iced latte and breakfast sandwhich. The employees are very friendly. Their latte machine had been broken a few times but they were very apologetic. It's nice that it's combined with a basin Robbins. Nice treat at night. They have outdoor seating which will be nice on nice summer evening.
4 based on 105 reviews
This restaurant has an extensive menu that appeals to a wide range of tastes. Traditional Chinese, sushi, and healthy options too. Service is generally quick and pleasant. We were with two other couples and the food came out quickly and was very tasty.
4.5 based on 152 reviews
We specialize in South Indian Chettinaad, North Indian Mughalai, Indo-Chinese, Lahori Kabobs & Tandoori SpecialtiesWe offer a sumptuous daily lunch buffet!All our food is Halal | No Trans Fat !!We are now open!Come enjoy our fresh and healthy food.HistoryEstablished in 2013We opened our doors on May 2, 2013.Meet the Manager: Sam K.Saravan ("Sam") Krishnan comes from a long lineage of Chefs. His culinary passion was first nurtured in his native village near Madurai, nestled in South of India, where he learnt the importance of fresh traditional Indian herbs and spices. Exploring his passion further, he developed the creative talent that has become a trademark of his cuisine.Chef Sam displayed his culinary skills during a successful 15 year stint as Head Chef at Udupi Palace in Langley Park, Maryland. Since then, he has led the culinary staff at several successful restaurants.As the Head Chef of the Curry Leaf, Chef Sam takes great pride in staying true to the real origins of each regional dish, meticulously recreating the flavor and taste that one would associate only with traditional home cooked food. We bring to you authentic Indian Cuisine from the heartland of India and beyond, set in a warm and welcoming ambiance.Welcome to Curry Leaf and enjoy your meal!
Had lunch buffet, $12.99. Asked employee if there were dairy free items. He pointed out which items on the buffet were dairy free, and I had a very nice lunch. Rice, cooked cabbage, delicious spiced spinach, chicken pakora and Tandoori chicken, and one small honey coated dessert ball (probably had some dairy, but wasn't a problem.) I also could have had two kinds of soups, salad, and goat curry. They also had chicken tikka masala, which was off limits for me. They are at Hwy 1 (Balt/Wash) & Cypress, north of Contee. They are in a strip mall next to a chicken wings place. Simple decor, but nice. Clean, comfortable. Food was very tasty and people were nice! Also, Tom Sietsema wrote a good review of them, and Washingtonian recognized them.
4.5 based on 173 reviews
A very creative chef and a very attentive manager deliver an outstanding dining experience every time.
The food cannot be classified as ethnic, although it follows a strong Indian flair and Indian nomenclature, it is not recommended for those wanting genuine Indian offerings.
There is truly something for everyone, even classic beef eaters, and it is all good.
The decor is great - interesting but comforting, and the temperature suits the guests, not the servers, as in some other locations.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
This place is a wonderful family run restaurant operated by one of the last hold-outs in this nearly abandoned shopping center. Don't be discouraged, the food here is wonderful and the service outstanding. From the hot homemade bread to the fine traditional deserts, everything is spot on. It's nice to support such a fine establishment. Kudos!
4 based on 84 reviews
Can’t go wrong ordering the catch of the day - delicious. My husband liked the oysters if u are into that!
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