by Ian Froeb
The Market Pub House's website describes the restaurant as featuring "multinational fresh food offerings in a pub-like atmosphere." To be fair, this isn't entirely disingenuous. The menu includes both potstickers and tacos. The potstickers (gyoza on the menu) are a two-bite snack, lightly seasoned ground pork wrapped in thin dough. Unlike the potstickers at many Chinese or Japanese restaurants, which are pan-fried on one side and then steamed until finished, these are seared so that each side has a crisp texture.Visit the RFT restaurant page late tomorrow afternoon or check back here Wednesday morning to read my entire review.
The tacos are more Tex-Mex than Mex-Mex.