The downtown area of Asheville is a delightful mix of cuisine from around the world. Here are a few we recommend. 

Doc Chey's Noodle House

Pan-Asian dim sum, noodle & rice dishes served in a laid-back space in the oldest building Downtown.

chai pani

Indian chaat (small plates) plus home-style platters (thalis) in a snug storefront space.

Kathmandu Cafe

Traditional recipes from the Himalayas, including rice and curry dishes, in a comfortable atmosphere.

Salsa's

Mexican & Caribbean staples with tequila & rum cocktails in a simple storefront setting.

Pack's Tavern

Modern tavern in a vintage building with over 35 rotating taps, live music & eclectic eats.

Creperie Bouchon

Crêpes are their specialty, but  they also have delicious soups, salads, sandwiches and more!

Tupelo Honey

A creative take on traditional Southern food, set in a fun atmosphere.

Early Girl Eatery

Farm-to-table Southern comfort food, including all-day breakfasts, in a no-frills storefront

Farm Burger

A restaurant with "farm-to-fork cuisine", and some of the best burgers in Asheville.

Carmel's

Eclectic Southern-influenced comfort food plus specialty cocktails in a relaxed bistro with a patio

French Broad Chocolate Lounge

This is a place with some of the best hand-crafted artisnal chocolates and pastries. It's a very popular joint, so be prepared for a bit of a wait.

Conosur

Conosur is a little unsung gem just a little south of Asheville.  I discovered this eatery over a year ago as I began my search for Pleasant Grove Cottages. Conosur serves authentic Peruvian cuisine with a fusion twist.  Make sure you try the Chacarero sandwich, Arroz Chaufa, the Empanada's or even the black beans & rice are amazing.  

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