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Sunday, October 5, 2008

Tannahs Olathe good fusion food

Tannahs Asian Fusion on UrbanspoonWe've been here several times with friends and by ourselves and it has always been consistently good. We have eaten here before it changes its name to this current one and 3 times since. The menu has quite a few items from starters, to vegetarian, beef, chicken, fish, seafood, noodles and more. If you want Chinese food there is enough of that influence to get you come. However the real reason to come is for different Oriental food different food from the hum drum Chinese restaurants. There is a lunch menu every day of the week from a pretty good selection that you can pick from with 18 offerings. (also can have one of two soups, spring roll or crab rangoon ), There are more but pricier offerings with the diet type nner menu that have duck, pork , beef and other dishes. Sweet corn velvet soup had a nice sweet /sour good taste to it. The spring rolls were flavorful. We shared several dishes which has plenty of flavor : the mongolian beef, silk spicy chicken and honey garlic chicken. They came mixed with vegetables. Several of the designated entrees are labeled either spicy or not. These spicy dishes had a little zing but we could have told them to kick up the heat if we wanted . Previously I had tried the sriracha beef with garlic, onions and snow peas and it was awesome ( I am a big fan of sriracha sauce paste). The molten chocaolte cake was very good eventhoug a little pricey. There is also a kids menu, wifi hotspot to use your computer and there is music outside on Saturday evenings in the summer with some good music. Most prices for entrees start around $9 and go up from there so the lunch deals are good. The ambiance is good with nice Asian decore. There are quite a few different types of alcoholic drinks to choose from although we have no tried them. Try this place from something different.

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