Barnyard for an early dinner
the high point of the meal was their salmon.
the best salmon i have ever been served. period.
their cheese plate, comes without bread.
to get bread, you pay extra.
two pleasant cheeses that have been selected not to offend the faint of heart.
the homemade raspberry spread that came with the grilled bread, deliciious.
grape salad with burrata (forgot the name), delicious.
crudo. the fish was great, but it was a good thing that it was far enough away from the overwhelming dab of mustard sauce on the plate so that i was able to eat them separately.
price: quality ratio, more than fair.
price: quantity ratio, well, two of us split 5 plates and i just got home from the gelato lounge. . . . .
Went for dinner about a month ago. Had some kind of octopus salad (was good), roasted pork chops (great), roasted half chicken (awesome) and a variety of other appetizers/salads. Everything was very consistently well executed. Yes the plates are on the small side, but everything is under $20. Love this place!
Your experience sounds like quite a night, WG, what with a nice ending at Gelato Lounge.
But I have to say the desserts at Barnyard were the best part for me. Think: a novel take on sticky toffee pudding by gilding the lilly with a whiskey sauce and a strawberry tart topped with cream fraiche (in season).
Thanks for the recent review.