"Defensive dining" suggestions for Musso & Frank?
- Peripatetic Jul 30, 2008 03:31 PM
I have out-of-town visitors coming who have their hearts set on going to Musso & Frank. Do any CHers have suggestions for things that M&F do well? I know the martinis are supposed to be good, and have read positive things about the flannel cakes at breakfast.
So, two questions:
1. What's good as opposed to merely palatable (or worse)?
2. When is "tourist low tide", i.e., the time when there's the lowest ratio of tourists to regulars?
Just keep it simple with a steak or chop or grilled fish. If you order vegetables, ask if they're fresh. If you order salad, get the dressing on the side, it was drowned in bland dressing last time I went.
Do not order any seafood as it is frozen. For entree, best to stick with steaks or chops. Porterhouse steak and hearts of romaine salad with their fantastic Roquefort are personal favorites
Liver and Onions is a good choice. They usu. have a daily special of some sort, if it's the chicken pot pie, that's worth trying.
Eat ahead, and good luck.