Three Culinary Mash-Ups That Will Leave You Satisfied

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When you’re craving two eateries, why choose just one? Mix-and-match cuisines at these fusion favorites.


Awaze Tibs with Naan
Elephant Walk
This Ethiopian and Indian bar and grill’s two-sided menu is expansive, so don’t get lost. Order the Indian saag paneer for its creamy, cheesy flavor, then flip the menu and get the Ethiopian awaze tibs for its fiery kick. Now, revel in the limitless combinations for dinners to come.
170 W. McMillan St., Clifton Heights, (513) 526-1555

Mexi Pad Thai
Lalo
Mexican pad Thai? Curry cauliflower tacos? This Asian and South American menu may have you scratching your head at first, but the savory sourness and spicy sweetness of each cuisine makes for an overall balanced bite.
709 Main St., downtown, (513) 381-5256

Braised Short Rib Ravioli
Alfio’s Buon Cibo
Get your Italian with an Argentinean twist. Try the empanada cuatro, four flaky Argentinian empanadas stuffed with spiced beef, cheese, and peppers with rich chimichurri, or the toasted five cheese and Angus ravioli, draped in heady tomato sauce.
2724 Erie Ave., Hyde Park, (513) 321-0555

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