Deep South Bis­cuit Co.

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Yumbii is known for com­bin­ing Mex­i­can and Asian cuisines. They of­fer tacos, rice bowls and crazy-sound­ing na­chos with cu­cum­ber kim­chi. I or­dered two stir-fried tofu tacos. All tacos are sea­soned with “red Asian BBQ” sauce. It has just the right amount of spice for a wannabe like my­self. If only I hadn’t had to fight through so much let­tuce to reach my tofu. (thep­ick­leatl.com)

The Pickle’s menu is a jumble of com­fort foods. They have ca­jun beans and rice, que­sadil­las, crab cake sand­wiches and even bar­be­cue. I was drawn to the pa­per sign for

They’re styled as rock’n’roll gourmet burg­ers. I or­der a Santa Fe: black bean burger with pico de gallo, cheese, an­cho mayo and av­o­cado puree. It may look sloppy, but this burger was just right. You could see the ac­tual in­gre­di­ents in the patty in­stead of a pureed mass. The out­side of the burger also

Deep South Bis­cuit Co. might be the best post-bar snack. They serve cat­head bis­cuits with de­li­cious sweet-salty fla­vor com­bos. I tried the South­ern Bud­dha bis­cuit. This has two fried green toma­toes plus goat cheese, home­made pi­mento cheese, peach-pep­per jam and aioli. It’s im­pos­si­ble to fit into one bite. When you do though, it’s worth your while. The fried green toma­toes had a great crunch and the bis­cuit crum­bled in the best way.

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