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“Great Place Downtown”
Review of Sirens Cafe

Sirens Cafe
Ranked #15 of 122 Restaurants in Kingman
Cuisines: American
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Reviewed March 15, 2012

My husband and I had heard all positive things about Sirens Cafe and decided we must try it. It was well worth it.They have a lovely selection of sandwiches and paninis at lunch.
The homemade potato salad and the panini I had ( which included homemade ricotta cheese) were wonderful.
The meats and breads were fresh and tasty.
In a town where threre is so much fast food available and little gourmet cuisine this was a lovely gastronomic treat.
I am just sorry I was too full to try a dessert since they are homemade as well.
The staff is so warm and friendly too, it's just anice place to go.

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Thank Stormsmom57
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Reviewed February 20, 2012

Truly the best sandwich I have ever had!! From the fresh bread to the best meats, cheeses and fresh toppings, all other sandwiches are put to shame. Try the homemade pasta salad too! If you're looking for delicious quiche, they do that right too!

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Reviewed February 20, 2012

Sirens' has no liquor license. Across the street, The Cellar Door, a wine and beer bar has no food license. So, on Thursdays they get together for a pizza night. Stop in to The Cellar Door, order one of seven of Sirens' inventive and tasty thin-crust pizzas and settle in for a very pleasant experience, with excellent food and drink in a warm, inviting setting.

We tried the ham and pear pizza, made with marinara and mozzarella, one of six pies(approx. 10') for only $10. Don't knock it if you ain't tried it: pears provide a surprisingly fresh, slightly sweet addition. The only pizza above $10 is the $13 lobster variety, with lobster meat, lobster mousse, champagne cream sauce and mozzarella. Sadly, they'd sold out of this variety before our 9pm arrival. Among the other choices are pesto and goat cheese, chicken with sun-died tomato, and a vegetarian primavera pie which can be made vegan by the omission of cheese.

The Cellar Door has an excellent and extensive list of wines and beers, both imported and domestic.

The proprietor of Cellar Door and the gathering of locals were congenial and welcoming to us out-of-towners, and we also were treated to a delightful conversation with Carmella, the proprietress and chef at Sirens'.

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1  Thank dicksdeli
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Reviewed January 18, 2012

the owners are such friendly amazing welcoming people. the food was fantastic. great atmosphere. feels like a little bit of california. love it. i eat there frequently

1  Thank nic_ick
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Reviewed August 30, 2011

My wife and I were just passing through Kingman on a road trip, and were delighted by this small cafe. Fresh ingredients and reasonable prices, hope to return soon.

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Thank neurokeller
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