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Nosh calls itself a "neighborhood bistro," but the menu hews closer to the casual-café template: soups, salads, sandwiches. That's not a complaint. Within this modest scope, chef and owner Paula Anderson operates with creativity, care and conscience. The soups are excellent, especially a fall offering of butternut squash soup, rich, creamy and a gorgeous orange. The burger, made from locally raised, grass-fed beef and topped with cheddar cheese, caramelized onion and roasted red pepper aioli, is very good, as is a sandwich with ham, Brie and a fantastic chutney of pear and black walnut, made in-house.
To be frank: This was an odd list to compile. If 2012 continues the trend begun in 2011, St. Louis will welcome many new restaurants over the next twelve months, so singling out only five of them as t... More »
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