I've driven by it several times now, but have yet to try Passport Cafe. I'm not scared off by the prices, but I'm hesitant to waste even one adults-only evening (doesn't seem like a kid kind of place) at a North Hills eatery when there are many others downtown/south side, etc. where I know I can get a great meal.
I'm encouraged by the fact that the restaurant seems to support local food, although I don't see any local farms that do chicken/pork/beef listed on the Web site, so I'm not sure just how much actual product they are getting locally.
And, to go off topic in my own post, I think I'm officially done with Thai Place in that same plaza. They do an OK job, but I think I got all of 4 shrimp in my tiger prawns dish the other night and the other fish, pla prig king, I believe, seriously had the taste of dirt. Every time we have ordered from there, it's always something. I can make it better myself: http://lustybit.blogspot.com/2007/07/...
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