The plan was for dinner before we indulged in dessert.
Truffled fries ($15)
these thick straight cut fries were tossed in white truffle oil and flavoured with truffle sea salt. a substantial portion served with mayonnaise and bbq sauce. perhaps instead of bbq, they could change it to a curry or wasabi mayonnaise dip.
This was a good starter and as hard as it is to share, these carbo laden deep fried foods taste best when shared.
we had a chicken mushroom crepe. we were impressed when it was served. it was bigger than we expected. and every cut had an ample amount of chicken and mushroom. the side salad looked like christmas came early. with a handful of walnuts and dried cranberry giving a much appreciated twist to the usual boring side salads. there was also a lot of cream sauce which was a drawback since it was liberally drizzled and made parts of the crepe too soggy. i'd probably try making this order again with the sauce on the side next time.
and the desserts? we were rushing off for our musical and by the time we were done about 1030pm, the restaurant was already doing closings.
Spending per head: Approximately $16(Dinner)Other Ratings: