Opulent restaurant review, Roswell

blistered shishito peppers (credit: Becky Stein)

blistered shishito peppers (credit: Becky Stein)

The Roswell restaurant scene has generated much fodder for wine-cooler discussions of late. Budding restaurants, parking pickles, chef quandaries, puzzling restaurant revamps — you name it, Roswell has it.

One of the hot topics in historic Roswell right now is the disappearance of the beloved food truck-decorated, Latin-inspired Inc. Street Food. This Canton Street eatery run by Hicham Azhari and Fikret Kovac seemed alive and thriving from a casual observer’s perspective. The front and rear patios were packed, as are most of the local spots occupying such prime real estate, including Inc.’s sister restaurants Salt and Little Alley Steak.

Much as we Roswellians might lament it (and we will), Inc. has been laid to rest. Azhari and Kovac scrapped the original concept and reinvented the restaurant. Opulent now steps up to play host to the crowds that lumber in on summer evenings.

Read the full review here.

–by Jenny Turknett, Food and More blog

Source Article from http://blogs.ajc.com/food-and-more/2013/07/05/opulent-restaurant-review-roswell/?cxntfid=blogs_food_and_more

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