Thursday, September 16, 2010

Tribeca Grill

Seared Sea Scallops
Caramelized Cauliflower, Chanterelles, Asparagus & Golden Raisins

Grilled Berkshire Pork Chop
Cassoulet of Summer Beans, Chive Dumplings

Goat Cheese Ravioli
Artichokes, Favas, Cherry Tomatoes & Spinach

New York Style Cheesecake
Berry Gelée & Graham Cracker Gelato

Tribeca Chocolate Cake

Banana Tart
Malted Milk Chocolate Pecan Ice Cream

Tahitian Vanilla Crème Brûlée

Last Friday I had dinner with my good friend and former boss :) Angie at Tribeca Grill.

We started with the seared sea scallops and wow, was it tasty! This once piece was tender and flavorful.

Moving on to the main course, we enjoyed the goat cheese ravioli (which was very rich but also delicious) and the grilled berkshire pork chop (big chunk of meat). The seasoning was very complementary and not overpowering.

Now on to dessert...I do not have a sweet tooth, however, seeing all these great desserts, compliments of the chef was very tempting not to try at least one bite from each of them :)
We had the New York style cheesecake, berry gelée & graham cracker gelato, tribeca chocolate cake, tahitian vanilla crème brûlée and my favorite the banana tart.

If there were a triangle between excellent service, food quality and decor, this restaurant would be the perfect equilateral triangle! I had one of the finest and most functionally creative meals I have ever had in a restaurant.

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