Flying Rhino Cafe & Watering Hole

This hip, colorful gathering place offers eclectic cuisine such as excellent “rhino-size” salads, extensive “wild bites” appetizers like sashimi tuna, Portobello strudel, “asparagus in ambush” and more as well as creatively prepared seafood, chicken and beef entrees. The Rhino is a very popular Shrewsbury Street spot for lunch and dinner, and with good reason. Don’t miss the extensive martini list, the distinctive wines and the new late night menu — and be sure to check out the outdoor cafe!

http://www.flyingrhinocafe.com

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  1. Samantha
    Samantha
    March 9, 2008 at 9:56 am

    What a great eclectic menu! I was a little skeptical at first because of the wide range of food on their menu, but everything is just terrific!

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  3. C.M. Family
    C.M. Family
    July 21, 2008 at 5:05 pm

    Excellent food! My family and I went for lunch to the Flying Rhino, and really liked the options on the menu, the whimsical table cloths, and the very friendly staff.
    My husband and I love good food and, having had great culinary experiences in other countries, we get easily bored by the staple items found on most of the reasonably-priced restaurants that we have visited in the East Coast. We were not disappointed with the menu at Flying Rhino. Although our children don’t eat Mac-and-Cheese and won’t settle for just any burger with fries, I was concerned about how the Rhino’s eclectic menu would “fly” with my kids. But even the kids’ menu had some really tasty, healthy options to pick from. The teriyaki steak and the grilled chicken (both served with rice & vegetables) were favorites among our kids. They enjoyed their meals to the last bite, which was about halfway through the dish, because their portions were really generous. Although the veggies seemed a bit undercooked for my taste, my 3-year-old devoured his peppers and zucchini, and he didn’t even touch the mayo-like dip they served him with his dish! My husband and I each ordered a sandwich and, although we didn’t feel that our portions were outrageous (for American standards), we were quite satisfied. Each kid meal included a sundae (a scoop of vanilla ice cream drizzled with chocolate sauce, topped with whipped cream and a cherry), and cost just under $7.00. My husband and I had the chocolate décadence -a really rich chocolate cake topped with chocolate sauce and a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream. Truly a dessert for chocolate lovers! Our total bill (tip included) came to just over $50, for 4 people.
    When my children got to the car and asked “When are we coming back?”, I knew this was a hit. We will definitely go back soon, and we’ll bring grandma and grandpa with us!

  4. Annie P
    Annie P
    February 7, 2012 at 11:54 am

    Flying Rhino is great. The atmosphere is perfect for a night out and their asparagus roll up appetizer is the bomb!

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