11 December 2016

 
5 best restaurants in Phoenix
Our favourite places to eat. Enjoy awesome food and stunning decor.
1.
Different Pointe of View
For the finest views
During its 31-year history, Different Pointe of View has become a culinary experience as memorable as its vistas from the top of North Mountain across the desert landscape. A relaxed yet elegant atmosphere with indoor seating and floor-to-ceiling windows complements the alfresco Terrace Room with its sunsets that turn into twinkling stars. An innovative, bold menu ranges from vanilla brandy poached Maine lobster to Cabernet roasted short rib, accompanied by favourites from the wine cellar.
Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs, 11111 North 7th Street, Phoenix 85020
Tel: 602 866 6350 www.tapatiocliffshilton.com/different-pointe-of-view-restaurant
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Kai Restaurant
Authentic Arizona
Focusing on native American culture, Kai’s menu is rich in creativity and history. The essence of the Pima and Maricopa tribes is combined with locally farmed ingredients to create dishes like pork duo and tenderloin of buffalo, not to mention butter basted lobster and seafood medley. Sample the more expensive tasting menu for a special experience – whatever you choose, the in-house sommelier will spend time selecting the perfect wine to accompany your perfectly presented meal.
Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa, 5594 West Wild Horse Pass Blvd, Chandler, Phoenix 85226
Tel: 602 225 0100 www.wildhorsepassresort.com/chandler-restaurants.html
Tel: 602 200 8111 www.stfrancisaz.com
3.
St Francis
For the modern family
The daily Happy Hour pulls diners into this trendy central Phoenix restaurant from 3-6pm, with food and drink specials on the seasonal menu. Simple, quality ingredients are prepared in the central 19th-century wood-fired oven to produce dishes like Moroccan Meatballs and the French Onion Burger, along with roasted meats and freshly baked San Francisco sourdough bread. A rustic, family-family restaurant, it also serves an array of cocktails and wines that can be sipped on the pretty patio.
111 East Camelback Road, Phoenix
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Wright's at the Biltmore
First-class fine dining
The signature restaurant at the Arizona Biltmore, a Waldorf Astoria hotel, Wright’s serves a 1930s-inspired seasonally changing menu created using the freshest local ingredients. The stylish surrounds are the perfect backdrop to game dishes like elk, pheasant and rabbit, as well as more modern offerings of seafood, meat and poultry. Choose the Chef’s tasting menu for variety, and complete the experience with the suggested wine to match your meal, from the wine cellar. Sumptuous and sophisticated.
2400 E Missouri Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85016-3106
Tel: 602 954 2507 www.wrightsbiltmore.com
5.
Bink’s Midtown
A fresh take on your five a day
New on the Phoenix scene, Bink's Midtown is set to become one of the city’s most popular restaurants. Run by Kevin Binkley, the brains behind the upscale Binkley’s Restaurant in nearby Cave Creek, it specialises in small plates of local produce with a twist – think fruit and veg of the future!
Try zingy butternut squash bread, strawberries with foie gras mousse, and a sorbet soup frozen with nitrogen. The cosy but modern setting also plays host to an all-you-can-eat pig roast on Saturdays and a gourmet Sunday Brunch.
Bink's Midtown, 2320 E. Osborn Road, Phoenix 85016
Tel: 602 388 4874 www.binksmidtown.com
 
 
 
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