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Bon Vivant

Bon Vivant 3: 242 Cafe Fusion Sushi

Bryan Black

Items that we ordered and recommend:

  • Cappuccino Soup: taste similar to a miso soup but with plum flavoring and small clear tapioca balls
  • Oyster trio
  • Truffle scallop
  • Plum paste calamari
  • Foie Gras (duck liver) sushi
  • Uni with shiso leaf and salt
  • Sexy hand roll

If you're not sure what to order, try Omakase (chefs choice), would recommend for first timers!

Bon Vivant 2: The Boiling Crab

Bryan Black

You can purchase seafood/sausage by the pound

  • Shrimp
  • Crawfish
  • Clams
  • Blue crab
  • Dungeness crab
  • Snow crab
  • Sausage

Pick your sauce

  • Garlic butter
  • Cajun
  • Lemon Pepper
  • Whole Shebang - garlic butter + Cajun + lemon pepper

Choose from no spice, mild, medium and spicy

Similar places to Boiling Crab: Big Catch Seafood, Kicking Crab, Submarine Crab, Wild Crab etc...

Bon Vivant 1: Messob

Bryan Black

  • Siga Wot - Spicy beef stew dish mixed with Berbere spices

  • Yebeg Siga Alicha - We ordered this lamb dish, but asked them to mix it with the sauce/spices similar to the Siga Wot

  • Kitfo - Finely chopped raw beef mixed with ghee butter and Mitmita (served with homemade cottage cheese)

  • Injera - Porous like spongy sourdough flat bread used as a plate for Ethiopian food and as a utensil to pick up the food as well

  • Mitmita - Orange red seasoning that's made of ground African chili powder, cardamom, salt, cloves, and sometimes may include cinnamon, cumin, and ginger

  • Ghee - Clarified butter

  • Berbere - Spice mixture of chili peppers, garlic, ginger, basil, korarima, rue, ajwain or radhuni, nigella, and fenugreek (popular spice in Ethiopian dishes)

  • Tej aka Honey Wine - Alcoholic beverage created by fermenting water, honey and fruits, hops, or grains. A similar alcoholic drink is called Mead. Although, usually high in alcohol content, it is masked by the sweetness made by the honey. This drink is placed in a Berele (similar to a florence flask) and goes well with the spices from the Ethiopian food. Messob makes its own Honey Wine.