Fall River Restaurants Food Network Says Are ‘Top Places to Eat’
When it comes to good-mood food, the SouthCoast has a cornucopia of soul-warming dishes.
Last month, we told you about three restaurants in particular that Food Network decided to highlight as "Top Places to Eat."
Lo and behold, Fall River is home to three restaurants the foodies from Food Network also approved.
Take a look.
China Star - 101 President Avenue
China Star can best be described as a straightforward takeout-style joint dispensing chop suey, fried rice and other Chinese standards. Their chow mein sandwich was ranked one of Food Network's Best Sandwiches In America. China Star sells around 200 chow mein sandwiches per week.
Food Network said:
"This is the best of Chinese leftovers (noodles and veggies in an oyster-like sauce) in sandwich form."
Patti's Pierogis - 1019 South Main St.
This special spot made an appearance on Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives. Host Guy Fieri highlighted the Polish favorite that's sweeping Fall River and beyond.
What is the Polish version of a ravioli called? A pierogi, of course! As the name suggests, that’s what this place is all about. There’s a rotating menu of pierogis, with more than 103 varieties in owner Patti Geary’s repertoire, including dessert pierogis.
Guy Fieri couldn’t pass up the chance to tuck into the most popular option, the cabbage and pork pierogi. “I’m in pierogi paradise,” Guy declared after biting into the buttery dumpling stuffed with a well-seasoned mixture of onions, ground pork, sauerkraut and cabbage.
St. John's Athletic Club & Kitchen [Currently Twin's Restaurant]- 374 Miller Street
Even if you're not a big fan of soups, the former St. John’s Club & Kitchen, now Twins Restaurant, will change your mind. Just ask world-famous celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse. The kale soup here made the top of his list of favorites.
Emeril Lagasse loves the Kale Soup, and other hometown favorites, at St. John's Club in Fall River, MA, on Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate.