At Margaux's Restaurant in Raleigh we combine our ever-changing menu, a flare for impeccable service, and an energetic ambience with a progressive decor and the result is a favored dining experience for those from near and far for 19 years.
We say it is the Perfect Fusion of a High-Energy Metropolis and Soulful Southern Hospitality. You'll say it's Downright Awesome! Come be a part of the dining experience and understand why we still stand strong after all these years.
Elements offers simple, yet elegantly composed food in a serene, contemporary setting. From the moment you walk in to the last delicious morsel you will taste, we promise to deliver a unique and exquisite dining experience. Our cuisine combines classical as well as modern Asian and European cooking techniques to enhance the flavors of local and sustainable ingredients. Our menu changes often to capitalize on the freshest and most seasonal fare. We believe George Barnard Shaw said it best when he said, "There is no love sincerer than the love of food." We couldn't agree more. From fork to mouth, we wish you good eats.
Chef Michael and the Elements' Team
The 100-seat indoor/outdoor Nasher Cafe overlooks the garden and sits adjacent to a Mark Di Suvero sculpture, providing a serene and beautiful ambience. The menu consists of soups, salads, sandwiches, and desserts.
Arriving in Cary in 1991, proprietors Michael & Gayle Schiffer opened Maximillians Grill. Using only the freshest seafood, beef and produce the area has to offer, Maximillians remains one of the elite eateries in the Triangle. Chef Schiffer's signature style of intense, free-form, fusion cooking has defined Maximillians for decades and will continue to do so.
Over the last 20 years, we have lived and traveled around the world. The one constant theme we realized is how different foods from different cultures can unite us, regardless of nationality. Meals provide the opportunity to meet new people, share stories and offer new experiences. At Plates Kitchen, we hope that you will enjoy some of our favorite international dishes combined with our regional southern flavors.
Join us on a new culinary journey that is globally inspired and locally produced. -Kate & Stephen Day
The most exciting sushi restaurant in the triangle area. Serving extensive varieties of fresh fish from around the world and exotic fusion dishes, Sono is sure to please even the most discriminating palate. If that is not enough, we have daily chefs specials that are created using fresh seasonal ingredients to keep customers excited. Come and see what all the buzz is about and also enjoy the full service bar with wide array of premium sakes and wine. You will agree that this is the best Japanese restaurant in the area.
AN, which means “to dine” in Vietnamese, showcases an array of exquisite flavors that blends traditional Asian ingredients with modern European influences. Executive Chef Steven Devereaux Greene crafts dishes that show his culinary passions and styling of East meets West. His approach is to harness unique and local products to transform them into his vision of elegant simplicity. All of the ingredients, dishes, and approach is to create a memorable experience for you and your palate.
AN, features a sushi bar and raw bar, which adds another dimension to the various delights offered here. A meal would not be complete without an Asian inspired cocktail or glass of wine from our award winning wine list.
Ginger 108 is an Asian Fusion Grill that combines elements of different cooking traditions where East meets West. Cultures collide, ingredients overlap, Our Chef gets inventive, and traditions are merged. Dishes are prepared with a contemporary choice of global ingredients.
The menu is comprehensive and alluring. Dishes are authentic but not traditional, with bold, intense flavors and an emphasis on simple presentation acquired through quality ingredients.
Ginger 108 is one of Kinston’s newest restaurants and is part of the revitalization of the City center and the Arts and Cultural District. Come visit Kinston and Ginger 108 at 108a W. North Street.