Adama

23 Dec

Adama is one of those places that we have been meaning to try. My husband is a vegetarian and I have heard that they are GF Friendly. We always put it off for places that have cheesy items instead though. Tonight, we finally tried it and were pleasantly surprised. When I started asking GF questions, the waitress brought back a gluten-free labeled menu as shown above. We started with the Fritto Misto and the Sweet Potato Fries with Chipotle Aioli.

You must order the Fritto Misto. It is cauliflower in a lightly curried batter with a sweet chili sauce. Holy moly this was good. We devoured it…. who knew cauliflower could be so darn tasty? The fries were good too.

Our one complaint on them was that the chipotle aioli was quite subtle…. so subtle that we couldn’t really taste any chipotle. I ordered the Panang Curry as my main dish.
I had the choice of it being served with rice or quinoa. This dish was pretty flavorful. It was a generous portion and was quite hearty. We will definitely be returning to Adama to try some more dishes (and get some more Fritto Misto)!
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