Anyone been to Harvest Kitchen?
- Full tummy Feb 7, 2014 02:45 AM
Looked at the menu, and they seem to have a good range of veg and omni options.
I've been three times (brunch once and two diners).
I've never had so many apologies as at this restaurant. They seemed to be well intentioned but they miss more often than hit on the service side. At one dinner there was a fifteen minute delay between the delivery of one person's main and the rest of the peoples dishes.
Brunch was awful. All the dishes were at best bland. Some were cold, some were burnt.
Dinners were much better (aside from the service). There were no real misses and a lot of pretty good dishes. Kale salad worth repeating, non-traditional cassoulet was tasty, the curry bowl was spicier than expected.
The beer and wine list are small and local and not expensive so they match well with the food.
We really wanted to give this place a try because of the menu concept (both meat and veggie oriented dishes). We were hoping for an inexpensive local go to place. We will go back (for dinner) but it won't be a regular stop.
Went for lunch a few weeks ago. Waiter was great but they were out of the no-meatball melt, and it took over 45 minutes to get the food once we ordered. Found the portions to be tiny and had to ask for missing components to the dishes. Won't be going back, though they were full, so don't think they'll miss me.
Went for brunch yesterday. Food was OK, but the Spanish Tortilla was cold in the centre and barely lukewarm on the outside. They have lots of operational issues to work out.
Fries and aioli were quite good though.
The corn millet pancakes were very dry - needed to be drowned in syrup. Actually some jalapeno butter would have been good.