Noah’s homemade (kind-of-a-big-deal) chili has me intrigued.
As a family we dine out more than your average family, yet the only time we’ve ever bought something to eat or drink at Plant Zero Cafe (3 E 3rd st) was when we where at Plant Zero for an event. It looks like we’re going to have to change that soon, especially since I consider myself a chili expert.
Whether as a side, a starter or lunch, don’t miss Noah’s homemade (kind-of-a-big-deal) chili ($2.95 cup, $3.95 bowl, $1.50 side). Each spoonful is charged with subtle heat, red and white beans, hunks of onion and corn under a blanket of grated cheese. The only caveat is to stir before eating, because the meat settles to the bottom. Vegetarians and those seeking a light repast will gravitate to the Polynesian cowboy wrap ($5.95), a Southwestern fiesta of black bean and corn salsa, pineapple, lettuce and three cheeses. Diehard carnivores can add chicken for $2.