The Charlottesville 29

If there were just 29 restaurants in Charlottesville, what would be the ideal 29?

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Five Finds on Friday: Chris Arseneault

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On Fridays we feature five food finds selected by local chefs and personalities.  Today’s picks come from Chris Arseneault, owner of Charlottesville’s favorite seafood source: Seafood @ West Main, which for years has served the area’s best restaurants.  Chris’s picks:

1)  Kim-chee Fried Rice at The Korean House.  “There is great, authentic Korean food in C’ville but it is served in a most unpretentious manner. Relax and enjoy.”

2)  Fried Calamari at Pizza Bella.  “With the house marinara (no cheese please), it is a meal by itself.”

3)  Lunch Buffet at Royal Indian.  “Fresh naan delivered to your table at a lunch buffet? Yes!  I typically go on Friday after a long week of serving my precious customers . . . love you all!”

4)  Blackened Catfish Sandwich at The Whiskey Jar.  “This will make a southern boy speechless.”

5)  My favorite fish…Hamachi (seriola quinqueradiata).  “Sashimi is the quintessential manner to consume this beautiful fish.”

Five Finds on Friday: Ian Redshaw

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On Fridays, we feature five food finds selected by local chefs and personalities.  Today’s picks come from Ian Redshaw, Chef de Cuisine of L’Etoile, which offers a $30 Chef’s three-course menu every Tuesday through Thursday evening.  Redshaw’s picks:

1)  Lunch at Pippin Hill Vineyard.  “Chef Amalia Scatena has some great food, wine and views.  My dog and I go out there to eat and play.”

2)  Muffaleta at Beer Run.  “Muffaleta, any time anywhere, especially at Beer Run.”

3)  Meat and Cheese Counter at Feast!.  “Some of the best people with the best products.  Great time while waiting for your lunch.”

4)  Bibimbap at The Korean House.  “A hot stone boil comes out sizzling, with a sunny side up egg.”

5)  Drunken Noodle  “Thai hot” at Pad Thai or Monsoon Siam.

Five Finds on Friday: The Diner of Cville

Every Friday, we feature five food finds selected by local chefs, personalities, or readers.  This week is Jenée Libby, author of the renowned Charlottesville blog The Diner of Cville.  She chose some of her favorite “comfort foods”:

1)  Slow Cooked Veal Shank Osso Bucco at Ivy Inn

2)  Bibimbap at The Korean House.

3)  Hot and Sour soup at Marco and Luca.

4)  Apple Harvest cookies at Cappelino’s Crazy Cakes.

5)  Thai Iced Tea gelato at Splendora’s.