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10305 Medlock Bridge Rd., Ste. C8 (Wilson Rd.) Send to Phone
Romantic and warmly lit, this restaurant showcases a menu that blends cuisines.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Sia's Restaurant Restaurant Review

: Notwithstanding its suburban strip center location in a high tech corridor, Sia's has drawn a following from all over the metro area for more than a decade. The menu samples culinary traditions from around the globe, but sometimes over-embellishes dishes. For that reason, our favorite opener is the lovely scallop ceviche appetizer, a simple yet flavorful pile of bay scallops with tomato and a hint of ginger and hoisin sauce binding all together. A trio of deep-fried plantain slices bow gracefully over the dish. Moroccan flavors appear in the tagine of lamb, defined as an osso buco, but the lamb shank is presented whole, not cross cut. Spice also informs the accompanying spinach, which, while tasty, gives the palate no relief from the spice, so you might opt for the mashed potatoes instead. The wine list offers a number of choices by the glass, with an emphasis on the more opulent new-world style of wines. Some of the seating may look familiar, as when Pano Karatassos closed his long-lived Pano’s & Paul’s he gave various furniture to Sia Moshk, who used to manage some of Karatassos’ restaurants. Moshk used some of the pieces to open an adjacent lounge, which hosts a crowd enjoying music and cigar smoking.

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