We had lunch at Table 16 in Greensboro today, and it was one of the best lunches that I have experianced in a long time. My wife had the oyster poor boy, which had perfectly cooked oysters topped with carmelized onions, on a grilled ciabatta which was served open face. Three sides accompanied this sandwich--a small baby greens salad with a homemade dressing and a slice of brie and pea sprouts, buttermilk coated homemade onion rings, and a large serving of fresh nectarine chunks.
The menu offered to just let the chef create a meal for you, which is what I ordered.
I was served seared escabeche (tuna) over new potatoes, fried fresh okra, pea sprouts, authentic andouille sausage,and with a onion garlic sauce.
We will be returning to this restaurant.