When I sold my house in an old part of Denver I was required by the buyer to hire these guys to cleanout my drains to the street and then scope and record on a DVD the drain to make sure the drain was solid and clean. They went above and beyond what I would have expected in their promptness, cleanliness, friendly manner and service. They had to actually locate part of the line on the outside of the house, dig down a few feet to an old clay line, get into the old clay line and then clean and scope the line. No extra charge and more importantly no complaining or whining. I was so impressed I used them on my new house. When they found a root in the drain line, they stayed on the root and worked it for probably 20 minutes to make sure that they got it. Afterwards, they scoped the drain just to make sure they really did get 100% of the root. I have used them since then as well. Not cheap, but they are competitive with other providers and the wokmanship makes all the difference!
When I want Indian food, there is only one place I think of and Little India is the one. I'm not sure what they put in their sauces but whatever it is, don't stop! They are always willing to adjust the heat to each person's pallete. I love the chicken curry (real chicken and not cubed so all the flover gets to every part of themeat) with an order of their awesome naan bread (wish the portions of the naan were a tiny bit larger).
I just went here last week for a going away dinner. The only thing that disappointed me was that I hadn't been to Vesta Dipping Grill in about 5 years. I don't remember it being that good 5 years ago, but it was great. The sauces were good as they should be, but the underlying food was equally matched. There were four of us that ordered medium steaks and they were all just a tad bit on the rare side. I am not sure what the chocolate cake was that I had with a vanilla bean sauce on top of it, but if you were to describe richness by neighborhoods, this was Beverly Hills rich.
Tom's has it down pat. Southern cooking to a T. Although you won't have any room aftern getting your 10 pound styrofoam container of southern comfort food, you need to leave just a wee bit of room for the dessert - nilla wafer vanilla pudding, coca-cola cake, cobbler....Mmmmmm. Get there early because there isn't much room to park and the lines get long fast at noon!
Whenever I am down south during lunch time, I always go to the Sahara. The food here in this unassuming strip mall location is excellent. The chicken schwarma (sp?) is my favorite. Nice atmosphere and friendly staff too.
This sushi restaurant no one seems to know about. Yet, it has consistently been one of the better sushi places I have gone to. Although it does not have the scene of people that you get at Sushi Den, the sushi itself is enough. At Go Fish it is always easy to get a table or eat at the sushi bar, although being in busy SoBo it is not always easy to park. So if you want less "scene" but good sushi then I recommend Go FIsh.
The kids love Prina and I do too. The Dr.s are good at what they do, and they do move fairly efficiently through the people in the waiting room, but that may be the one draw back is that they are so popular with so many families that it can feel like a bit of a processing plant at times. Still though, for the most part I have been satisfied with the level of service we have received.
I am so glad that I found Gleser. He is a straight talking, give it to you like he sees it kind of guy. Easy to talk to and great humor/insight. He always seems to have the time to talk as long as I feel like I need answers. Although I have never had to use the eastern medicines, I am glad that there is an option there as well.