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Feb 18, 2009 05:07 AM

Lost Favorite Entrees

The other night my husband and I went to Toro for dinner. (As an aside: the placed was packed. Recession... what recession??) We discovered that the octopus ceviche was longer on the menu; it had been replaced by a scallop ceviche. This was one of my regular plates at Toro and I was rather disappointed it was "lost." The little appetizer of three deviled eggs at Hungry Mother is another one that I miss. This got me thinking: what other stand-out entrees have we lost at our favorite restaurants...?

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  1. The best fish and chips I've ever had was a special one night at B&G. Sure it was pricey (we're talking B&G, after all), but it was great. Haven't seen it on the menu since.

    1. Spaghetti with sea urchin and bottarga di muggine at Taranta.

      1. Not an entree, but the mini meatballs and chips/dip at Drink from opening menu and butterscotch pudding at Great Bay.

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        1. re: rlh

          I thought someone said the pudding was back. I need to check out the revamped bar menu soon, will find out.

          1. re: rlh

            I believe Lineage has Great Bay's butterscotch pudding.

            1. re: rlh

              The butterscotch pudding is back!

            2. The way that Eastern Standard used to do mussels-with cider and fennel...mmmmmm they were my favorite in the city. Though to be fair- I havent yet tried their "new" recipe...

              1. Zon's app of homemade potato chips and onion dip and their meatloaf (replaced by turkey meatloaf they insist is just as good - but they're wrong).