Tuesday, March 18, 2008
Other little victories: a whole review dedicated to one Japanese restaurant (we believe it's unheard of), a restaurant in a bart-free, scenic-free part of town (the area is almost tourist-free, but they're rather unavoidable at Yoshi's).
We're puzzled by this statement: And a too-soft, too-bland panko monkfish sauté disappears from the palate as I'm eating it, despite a poached egg alongside topped with soy-and-Meyer-lemon sauce. If the food disappears, that should be a good thing, right? Maybe she means it's too soft, but then how can a poached egg or a sauce help?
We'll give it a B+ for effort nonetheless.