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Angostura in the Atrium

On a rainy autumn evening in the atrium of The People’s Kitchen, Chef Cornelius Rogers transported guests from Worcester to a Caribbean island oasis with the help of Angostura Rum. Rogers and co. turned up the whimsy, evoking the spirit of Trinidad with each and every pairing. Tot-chos and the Caribbean Spritz Guests were greeted…

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4 Great Places in Central Mass for Phở

Although Phở soup has gained popularity as a hearty comfort food the past several years, Vietnam’s signature noodle soup has been around for more than 100 years. At the most basic level, phở is a noodle soup typically made with beef or chicken broth, herbs and spices. A staple in the Vietnamese diet, this hearty…

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Tái Nạm Gân Sách

Pho originated in the early 20th century in northern Vietnam, apparently southeast of Hanoi in Nam Định Province. Pho was originally sold at dawn and dusk by roaming street vendors, who shouldered mobile kitchens on carrying poles. As this Vietnamese staple traveled west and was introduced to the Americas, the roots stayed the same but…

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Sizzling Mongolian Beef

Pho Dakao is one of my favorite places to eat in Worcester, not only because of the food but because the overall experience is outstanding. Service is always good, food is fresh and tasty, atmosphere is casual and inviting and you can enjoy a variety of well prepared meals at a very reasonable price. For this…

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Sizzling Mongolian Beef

Pho Dakao has been a long time favorite for Vietnamese food in the Worcester area. A long time favorite of mine, Pho has always provided interesting extensive menu of comfort food and unique dishes. As I sat down for dinner and looked over the menu I decided that I was having one of those nights…

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Tai Nam Gan Sach

99% of restaurants have “safe” options in their menu, food everyone will recognize that is prepared and served in a familiar way. This being my first time experiencing Vietnamese food, I wanted nothing to do with safe. What can I say, I must be an adrenaline junkie. Having skipped lunch, I jumped at the chance…