Carrboro Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Carrboro restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Carrboro just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Carrboro, you've come to the right place.
Our Carrboro restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
Also check out our Best Restaurants in Carrboro 2012 Guide
“This place has GREAT burgers and GREAT wings. Hidden treasure !!!!” (12/12/2008)
“VERY NICE ATMOSPHERE AND A WIDE VARIETY OF MENU ITEMS. GOOD QUALITY FOOD FOR THE FAMILY AND COLLEGE GANG.” (11/23/2008)
“A sushi experience that one will remember.... The Chief Sushi Chef is an expert in providing satisfaction through his neat and beautiful sushi creations... I have been numerous times and have never been disappointed.. Definately a 5 star experience.. Don't like sushi? No problem....they have a ... ” (05/15/2008)
“I visited this location on 5/15/2008 between the hours off 1pm-2pm. I was very disturbed on the treatment off a worker there by the name of (name withheld). Before I ordered inside, I noticed that the manager on duty was very domineering, rude, and agressive toward an employee who from when I asked ... ” (04/22/2008)
“best wing burger in town” (04/02/2008)
“We love Wingman! Great casual food for an excellent price. Always friendly service. I'll take 10 Texas Sweet please.” (06/21/2005)
“Good Pizza with unique style and toppings. Great place to visit if you want something different then the same old Pizza Hut or Dominos...” (05/18/2001)
“Food is excellent and there is something for everyone... vegetarians (even vegans) and meat-eaters alike will LOVE the menu. Staff is friendly and very attentive (refilling drinks, clearing plates) and the restaurant is incredibly clean; they received 102 (the highest possible score) for at least t... ” (04/15/2001)
“Wow. Of all the sushi I've had - even in Little Japan in New York City - none tops Akai Hana. The pieces are sizable and expertly prepared, and the prices are reasonable. Live jazz is common on weekend evenings (they have a piano next to the kitchen), and the servers are a friendly bunch. Though I'v... ”