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Fire & Ice

48 Providence Pl. (Memorial Blvd.) Send to Phone
401-270-4040 | Menu
This spot lets diners choose their sauce, starch, vegetables and meats, then hand them to chefs to cook before their eyes.
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Lunch Mon.-Sat., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sun.
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Fire & Ice Restaurant Review

: One look at Fire & Ice's menu, which in this case we'll call a food catalog, is enough to let you know that the restaurant is a free-for-all. "No menu, no limits" it reads. And it's true. Reviving the choose-your-own-adventure Mongolian barbecue concept popular in the 1980s, this Boston import lets diners choose their sauce, starch, vegetables and meats, then hand their selections directly to chefs who cook it all up before their eyes on a show-stopping grill-griddle in the center of the room. It's a dramatic performance set against a vibrant backdrop of primary colors and geometric patterns. It's something-for-everyone dining where one can match, for better or worse, the likes of Greenberg's teriyaki (pineapple, soy, orange and ginger) with Tahitian honey glaze or mushroom Marsala, calamari, garbanzo beans, bok choy and Asian noodles. A host of colorful cocktails at the bar --- including giant drink bowls meant for sharing --- round out this sometimes-absurd, always lively production.

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