More than 45 restaurants cover the gamut of ethnic fare, and range from corner coffee house to Zagat-rated dining experiences.
Perhaps it's something in the water – no kidding. White Rock sources its water from an aquifer and it has no need for further treatment. Because it is some of the purest water available, coffee, tea and everything else seem to taste that much fresher. Some restaurants may close in winter; call ahead for hours.
Try culinary creations from every corner of the world. Look for Asian delicacies at Little India, Penang Szechuan Cuisine, Shin Ju Ku and Kappa Japanese restaurants – the latter includes eating in traditional booths with sliding doors – Le Vol Au Vent with its Parisian chef, German schnitzels at Uli's, and Italian veal and pastas at La Baia.
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