Food for Life Supreme


It sounds vaguely religious, but I don’t think it is. Apparently it’s related to something called the University of the Art and Logistics of Civilization. It doesn’t really matter; the food is pretty amazing (and pretty cheap). It’s a kind of soul food place, serving sandwiches and burgers and giant platters of different kinds of fried fish that come with such awesome sides as fried carrots and mustard greens. It’s the weird colorful swirly-looking place at 1106 Chapel Hill St, and is take-out only. The place itself, the concept behind it, and the food are all fascinatingly and weirdly unique. Kind of bizarre, but only in the best and most delicious way.

Published in: on March 1, 2008 at 1:23 am  Comments (2)  


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