24 alleged 'Murdaland Mafia Piru' gang members indicted in Baltimore
The Baltimore Sun

More culinary destinations

Some day, we expect to see restaurants in Baltimore representing each of the 193 United Nations members. Till then, but here's a sampling of more dining destinations to explore.

Afghan: The Helmand is so authentic, it's owned by Afghan President Hamid Karzai's brother, Qayum Karzai. 806 N. Charles St., Mount Vernon. helmand.com

Australian: Corner BYOB Cafe isn't ethnic. But it does sometimes offer kangaroo meat. That counts, right? 850 W. 36th St., Hampden. cornerbyob.com

Eastern European: Ze Mean Bean Cafe serves traditional dishes and light fare. 1739 Fleet St., Fells Point. zemeanbeancafe.com

French: Petit Louis says "French" and "Foreman-Wolf." 4800 Roland Ave., Roland Park. petitlouis.com

Indian: It's tough to name just one, but the Ambassador Dining Room has charm as well as great food. 3811 Canterbury Road, Tuscany-Canterbury. ambassadordiningroom.com

Lebanese: Lebanese Taverna is a chain, but it serves fine Mediterranean food. 714 S. President St., Harbor East. lebanesetaverna.com

Nepalese: Kumari Restaurant & Bar mixes it up with Nepalese, Indian and Tibetan cuisine. 911 N. Charles St., Mount Vernon. kumaricafe.com

Persian: Orchard Market and Cafe is a little tough to find but worth the drive. 8815 Orchard Tree Lane, Towson. orchardmarketandcafe.com

South American: At Talara, think ceviche. And "Miami Vice." 615 President St., Harbor East. talarabaltimore.com

Copyright © 2016, The Baltimore Sun, a Baltimore Sun Media Group publication | Place an Ad
62°