Raleigh >Hot Point Cafe Ltd
My favorite place to entertain clients and candidates.
Easy to get to from my office (a nice 5 minute walk), pretty quick in and out and reasonably priced... a real novelty in the North Hills area. But the real key is the food - always excellent!
They have great sandwiches (I don't eat bread but everyone I take there raves about it) and excellent salads, soups and everthing else. I've been generally getting their salmon salad which is delicious but decided to try the Rollintini on this last visit and my only problem with it is that I haven't been able to stop thinking about it or talking about with anyone who will listen. The flavor, texture and seasonings made for an incredibly tasty lunch and quite filling. At about $8 it's a real deal.
If you haven't been there yet check it out. I'll be back again soon... and guess what I'll be ordering!
DELICIOUS CHILI!. The chili had great flavor and seasoning! It was a little bit sweet in a wonderful way, which was a nice surprise! Be sure to check it out! The owner is wonderful as well--a very nice lady.
Excellent! I would go again and again and again.
I was doing a little bit of research on places that serve breakfast on Sunday mornings. Hot Point Cafe was one of them. Before planning a breakfast for approximately 15 people, I decided that we'd check it out first. Their menu online had a large variety of foods...from Thai to Mexican to Italian.
Hot Point is a small cafe with more seating outside than inside. I'm hoping the weather is nice the day that we go for Breakfast so that we can sit outside.
Hot Point is tucked away behind all of the hoopla at North Hills. It's across the street from the main "mall" and if you act like you are driving behind Bonefish and the Harris Teeter, it's hidden in the corner back there diagonal from the overpriced nail salon, Lee Nails.
Obviously we couldn't try the breakfast at 7pm, so we settled for dinner. Daryl had their special of the day, Shrimp and Grits ($9.95). Big surprise there. That's all he ever orders. It had lots of bacon in it, so it was a big pleaser!
I ordered the Thai Curry Chicken Salad ($9.95). It was a pretty large salad. There were grill veggies (Zucchini, peppers, carrots), roasted red peppers, peanuts, and curry-coconut chicken skewers served with a home-made sesame ginger dressing. DELICIOUS! The salad is also served with two very large pieces of bread that were like big honkin' homemade croutons. I was even nice enough to share with Mr. Daryl. :)
I watched the very pleasant servers bring out other dishes from the kitchen. They all looked excellent! I think next time we go for dinner, I will try one of their calzones or maybe a garlic shrimp burrito.
We'll definitely be going for breakfast the morning after our wedding!
devine food and service. the service is heaven and so is the food. I eat at the restaurant . And money well spent.glad i eat there.
Our first time to the Hot Point Cafe will not be our last. Best Pizza I ever had...fresh ingredients and the pizza dough is homemade. We each had a salad and my husband had a Pepperoni & Mushroom Pizza and I had a
Margherita. It's a nice contemporary setting and the women who was running the cafe was very friendly and proud of her place...she was right!
Soooo Awesome, Fresh, Unique, Healthy Menu with lots of options!. Went to Hot Point for the second time today, tried a different sandwich than last time. This time was just as amazing as last! The ingredients are so fresh! A much better option than the franchise sandwich place at North Hills. They have a lot more on the menu than just sandwiches, but I was so amazed that both visits (which were within one week) at busy lunch time and at 3pm (kinda slow time) the food was Soooo good and well prepared. Great price. Friendly service. Great place for one on one lunch or small group. This is a must try. As long as you realize you will be back soon! Thanks Hot Point!
Editorial Review. Contemporary American eatery serves traditional breakfasts, and Italian influenced lunches and dinners.
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