Eat Street Buddha Kitchen is closed
Benjamin Carter Grimes
Enlightened eating at Eat Street Buddha Kitchen
It's a familiar story for this storefront. After its former tenant Azia closed in 2010, the space sat empty for several months while Azia owner Tom Pham toyed around with the idea of opening a re-vamp to be called Azia Market Bar & Restaurant. Those plans eventually fizzled, but left the lease available to East Street Buddha Kitchen, a restaurant that boasted a similar fusion agenda.
They opened to mostly positive reviews, with particular focus on their creative cocktails and well-stocked raw bar. Eat Street Buddha Kitchen also made lots of breakfast fiends -- the Hot Dish included -- very happy with their banana cream pie-inspired French toast.
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