So, What Are You Having at Kuya’s at One Main, Patty and Travis Burns?
“Southeast Asian fusion and American gastro-pub.” With a side of warm hospitality.
Rob Gurwitt of Daybreak headed to Randolph, Vermont to check out Kuya’s at One Main, Patty and Travis Burns’s new restaurant. He found smash burgers and fish tacos, but also authentic Filipino dishes made with ingredients that are essential to the cuisine: “soy sauce [not Kikkoman’s], fish sauce, vinegar, and calamansi juice—‘It’s like a key lime,’ Travis says, “but it has more of a flavor between orange and lime, with a balance of sweet and tart.”
And of course, Patty and Travis each have their own favorites on the menu. See which sandwich Patty likes best and which soup brings Travis comfort, especially in the winter.
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(This is one in a series of posts (“So, What Are You Having for Dinner?”) that is a collaboration between Artful and Rob Gurwitt’s Daybreak about area restaurants and what chefs/owners/workers would order from their own menus.)
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