Guacamole mixed vs. prepared tableside is a distinction I don't quite grasp. Minor complaint, I know.
If it's too hard to choose what to order during a single visit for review purposes, might I suggest: a second trip! *Homer Simpson loudwhisper* TELL YOUR EDITOR
There isn't a Taste of Detroit? Shit, there will be. Place is blowing UP. (Wait -- there is one, though, like Madison's, it's not a particularly impressive lineup from top to bottom.) Gold Cash Gold is already spinning off new operations.
SHE TALKED ABOUT THE FOOD. Like, the actual eating of it. The interior design firm did get the first mention, though, in typical Abraham style.
"It's like pizza had sex with a quiche." Best. Caption. Ever. Heavy Table lambasted Giordano's within like ten minutes of it opening; Bos is at least a little more forgiving.
I agree with Baehr; a good halwa will knock your socks off.
Mini. I mean seriously, he spends 122 words on the salsas. I will admit that this place -- with its raspberry/raisin pork al pastor marinade -- does sound worthy of talking about.
A steakhouse review where the critic only tries one steak seems like a fairly egregious oversight but then you realize the restaurant only has three on the menu, and it sort of makes sense.
Benton goes for an easy-reader entry point with this review and ends up oversimplifying the text. Is pot au feu actually on Indochine's menu? And is Columbus really that unfamiliar with banh mi and pho?
Nice to see that the new Pasqual's is doing something novel in the local-chain's portfolio, and not just something larger.
You may have guessed by now that my review of Estrellón will publish this week (tomorrow, in fact), but in the meantime, here's the SKD review. I heard plenty of advance notice of the paella's prep time given during my visits, so I'm not sure how she missed them. But I agree that the tapas menu doesn't really explain when a dish will be tapa and when it'll be pintxo. Part of the fun, I guess.
Evocative, mouth-watering, detailed. Another great Froeb review.
Confusingly worded -- sometimes, I'm quite certain, erroneously worded -- and sloppily edited. Blorf.
Vettel took a while, relatively, in getting to De Quay compared to Mike Sula over at the Reader.