77th at Columbus (UWS)
Alex: Well well well, my favorito again! The cornbread was hands down the best, probably the best cornbread I've ever had. Yeah I said it, EVAR!!!!
Alex: Who wants a shot of cold soup? Meh, it definitely tasted like cauliflower though.
Alex: Yum, I scarfed this one down pretty quick. The only thing that was odd to me was eating it after the cauliflower soup. Not the best mix.
Alex: The sammies were pretty blah, but I liked the meatball. As a matter of fact, I didn't even realize it was duck until i just read Alexis' post.
Alex: Very reminiscent of one of the courses I had at Blue Hill, but WAY better. Seriously, how the hell does chicken get cooked to such perfection? It was juicy and cooked perfectly all the way through, and the skin was light crispy seasoned perfection. And the gnocchi was to die for. All fo the flavors combined made this a real highlight for me. I might add that there was so much on my plate I took HALF of it home. Half... can you believe that, HALF!?!?
Alex: I hate to say it, but i think dessert was the biggest letdown. In order of preference I would say brownie, puddin, apple crumble, and the almond thing was forgettable. I think there were just way too many oats throughout the meal.
Alexis: Overall a great value for the money we paid. The service was also top notch - attentive without being overbearing, and they were pretty good about water refills. The place is a lot smaller than I thought it would be but still a good size, with simple rustic decor. Downstairs by the kitchen there is a private table that can be reserved for a party of eight. Would like to try Sunday Suppa here another time. Any takers?
Alex: I think the bang for the buck was awesome.