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Martha’s Vineyard’s Missing Restaurant

What restaurant do you think is missing from Martha’s Vineyard?

There is no shortage of great restaurants on Martha’s Vineyard. All summer long, we’ve got award-winning chefs creating delicious, often locally sourced, cuisine. And even in the winter, there are an increasing number of yummy places to dine that stay open for the duration.

It is also safe to say that there are a good number of foodies here on Martha’s Vineyard – both summer and year-round folks alike. Islanders dig good food. We grow it, cook it, talk about it, read about it and yet, among all of these amazing restaurants, there are a certain few that, any true foodie would say, are missing.

For example, we don’t have anything other than two Thai restaurants and one Chinese restaurant that qualify as “ethnic” and as an educated bunch of eaters, that drives many of us to go great lengths to satisfy cravings for such things as yaki udon or palak paneer.

If you could add just one restaurant to the Island’s directory of eateries, what would it be? Indian? Ethiopian? Vietnamese? Greek? Tell us in the comments. Who knows, some aspiring restaurateur will take your advice.

Martha Magee August 31, 2012 at 09:38 PM
It's the King of Siam. Thailand has been a monarchy since 1238.
Bloodyrue Andrue August 31, 2012 at 09:40 PM
Picture a small kitchen establishment that serves out its tiny door on some building that houses nothing else availably zoned: A menu of Kale soupa with either linguica or chirico. Sweet bread, and scallops fried to order.
Bloodyrue Andrue August 31, 2012 at 09:45 PM
"The King and Diversity restaurant." featuring Authentic Thia and Asian quisine. Magandang Gabi, Paalam!
Mathea Morais August 31, 2012 at 10:14 PM
I really hope there's some restaurant owner out there reading this!
Bloodyrue Andrue August 31, 2012 at 10:22 PM
I bet its hard to get deep fried crickets, ants, mangrove worms and balut allowed on your menu via the boars of health.

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