• Restaurant Review: Shish

    by  • October 23, 2013 • Restaurant Reviews • 1 Comment

    Shish on Grand Ave. in St. Paul, a Mediterranean café with a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner foods.  Read the full review on Twin Cities Gluten Free!

    Shish on Grand Ave. in St. Paul, a Mediterranean café with a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner foods.

    Surprise!  Shish has breakfast!  And I can’t believe how many people seemed to know that – it was busy in there!

    I had a yummers spinach omelet with rosemary potatoes and fruit (pass on the toast, no GF sub available).  I chose this because it had pine nuts – am a total sucker for pine nuts.  We also enjoyed a pot of a loose black tea with cardamom, but we left it brewing way too long at the table and it got super strong.  Be warned!

    A beautiful spinach omelet from Shish.  Read the full review on TwinCitiesGlutenFree.com

    Spinach omelet with pine nuts, feta, tomato, mushrooms, and teeming with spinach. Mmmmm . . .

    If you go later in the day for lunch or dinner, the menu on the wall has blue dots for all the GF options, and there are a lot of them.  For whatever reason, the breakfast menu didn’t have these little codes.
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