Egane & Clive's on Bedford Street, Stamford
Was downtown today on Bedford Street stuck in some traffic, when I noticed a new place across from Temple Bar - Egane & Clive's. I haven't noticed it before, so I am guess it is new? Has anyone been here, I'd love to hear what you think. There seems to be three menus going on - Korean, pub food and oyster bar....
Here's the link: http://clivesrestaurant.com/
I think someone posted on this a while back that Egane was merging with this Clive's place. I find the whole idea bizarre.
Interesting. Egane has been there for a while (3 or 4 years at least). We've been many times for the Korean BBQ (basically a small propane grill in your table), and like it a lot.
I don't see how this new combination is going to work. Hard to get my mind around a place that offers Guinness Burgers next to Bulgoki ...
Just went to the web site. Very interesting concept. Almost like they were sitting around one day after not having a lot of customers for the Korean food and somebody says, "hey let's make burgers."
"All of our burgers are topped with mayo, lettuce, tomatoes, and red onions" . Mayo? Think they got off the wrong stop on the F train. And all of them are marinated, one in guiness. How the heck do you marinate a burger in a beer?
Hey jfood wishes them luck and if he is in the area always willing to try a marinated anything, but this is going to be interesting, please have ketchup available.
I was weary about the concept at first, but I tried it anyway. My husband had Korean food and I got a burger that was seasoned to perfection. I noticed that most tables seemed to order from both menus. I'd recommend it. Maybe next time I will get oysters.
How strange. This beats the strange combo of Corelli's Restaurant which is a half Haitian, half Colombian restaurant in an old Italian pastry shop.
Egane has been a great korean place in stamford for a while. I really like it.
I guess they thought by merging that they would open themselves up to those couples who had very different tastes?
Actually, now that I think about it, it might work for me. I love korean. My wife, not so much so... Hmmm.
still bizarre though.