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 Spicy Zest Restaurant

In a nondescript strip mall in Farmers Branch, a suburb of Dallas, sits the state of Texas’ first Sri Lankan restaurant, Spicy Zest. It is a very small restaurant with bright walls, festive wall hangings and just a few tables. It feels almost as if you are eating in someone’s home due to the hospitality […]

Saffron

In the small town of Twin Falls, Idaho, a refreshing respite from the usual chain restaurants has opened on the ever-regenerating old main street in the historic downtown. Yellow, red, and orange paint with gold accents adorn the walls, suggestive of the warm smells of spice lingering in the air. Wafts of cardamom, cinnamon, and […]

The Red Lion Restaurant

On a busy street in Madison, Wisconsin, Red Lion Singapore Grill and Japanese Cuisine is in its second month of operation. Jeffrey Cui and his wife Jessica own and operate this brand-new restaurant in what is becoming an up and coming neighborhood. Located at 515 Cottage Grove Road, Red Lion is in a prime location. […]

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About Us

Launched in December 2017 by Ajay Ravindranathan (an immigrant himself), Uncle Sam’s Immigrant Café is a San Francisco/Bay Area 501c3 non-profit organization. Our mission is to build cultural awareness in the American population and promote the businesses of our immigrant restaurateurs. We invite readers to patronize the restaurants posted to our site.

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