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For a good choice in Japanese restaurants, try Mikimotos on 1212 North Washington Street. This restaurant has a 24-seat round sushi bar that serves the best sushi and sake around. Customers can enjoy shrimp and vegetable tempura, calamari, lamb lollipops, bbq ribs, tuna carpacio, steamed mussels, lobster dumplings, duck quesadillas, and shrimp pot stickers. Popular entrees are sesame seared tuna, miso glazed cod, thai paella, tempura platter, and sea scallops. Sushi flavors are yellowtail, tropical roll, tiger roll, spicy tuna, crystal palace, spider, rainbow, firecracker, brandywine, rock-n-roll, and taiko. For hours and directions, check out their website at mikimotos.com.
For a great Italian Wilmington restaurant, stop in at Toscana Kitchen & Bar on 1412 North DuPont Street. This cozy eatery has an excellent lunch and dinner menu as well as an extensive wine list. For starters, try the carpaccio or calamari fritti. Lunch favorites include the prosciutto pannini, margherita pizza, gnocchi, or baked eggplant. Dinner brings to the table scallops & shrimp, braised duck, tortellini, bistro steak, fettuccine alla panna. Be sure to leave room for desserts like lemon butter cream cake, flourless chocolate cake, tiramisu, and gelato. Reservations are recommended and can be made online at toscanakitchen.com.
If you want a satisfying dining experience at a Wilmington restaurant, try Eclipse Bistro at 1020 North Union Street. The food is excellent and their lunch and dinner service is outstanding. Entrees include short ribs tacos, shrimp & goat cheese bruschetta, goat cheese ravioli, chicken & sausage penna, and seared duck breast. If you join them for dinner, you can enjoy honey chipotle chicken, veal scallopini, pan seared mahi mahi, grilled pork loin, and porkette & sautéed spinach. Leave room for dessert, so you can enjoy pear sponge cake, chocolate molten cake, or bourbon-pecan pie.
May 25, 2009 new by annc