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Minh’s Bistro – Sneak Peek

/ Updated on July 14, 2017

Minh’s Bistro Vietnamese restaurant is now open for lunch and dinner. Rehoboth’s first Vietnamese restaurant is right next door to the new Rosenfeld’s Jewish Deli in the new Schell building at Rt. 24 in Rehoboth Beach, across from the new … Continue reading

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Confucius Chinese Cuisine

/ Updated on April 4, 2017

My first review of Confucius was posted here at RehobothFoodie.com on October 18, 2009. So I’ll get straight to the point: Confucius is still batting a thousand. Like all restaurants in all price ranges, it has its occasional ups and … Continue reading

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/ Updated on June 15, 2017

I get suspicious of places that offer “combinations” of ethnic cuisines, like “Mel’s Pretty Good Czech/Mexican Carry Out,” or “Murlene’s Down-Home Inuit/Aussie Cucina.” Saketumi touts itself as Japanese/Thai/Chinese, and despite the obvious similarities, each has its own distinct style and subtlety. Multiple … Continue reading

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Cultured Pearl

/ Updated on May 10, 2015

The Cultured Pearl makes quite an impression in its highly visible perch at the corner of Rehoboth and Lake Avenues. Rooftop dining is prime real estate during the summer, and they certainly have their loyal followers.  A recent remodel has … Continue reading

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/ Updated on June 15, 2017

The first impression you get when entering Stingray Sushi Bar & Asian Latino Grill is the decidedly West Coast feel. The black/orange main room is indirectly lit, with low couches and hi-top tables dominated by the busy and colorful Sushi Bar. Amazingly, … Continue reading

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Lily Thai Cuisine

/ Updated on September 26, 2014

Chef and Owner Lily Thamibutra worked at her sister’s restaurant, Seaside Thai (long since closed), for 5 years before venturing out to create Lily Thai.  It’s located on First Street, right next to the original Nicola’s, where Dos Locos (and Plumb Loco before … Continue reading

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