We ate at Greystone (CIA) for lunch yesterday. There were four of us and we shared most of the food.
We began with the Temptations: lamb skewers with a spicy chutney, fried cod cakes, pork shank on polenta, salmon on flatbread, and cauliflower soup. The soup was the clear winner and the pork a very close second. Each dish has different flavors each dish was wonderful.
We then had quail on butter/bibb lettuce I have no idea what the dressing was, but it was tasty. Also we had cioppino, butternut squash soup, and French Onion soup with a cheese souffle topping. All great, but the French Onion soup was perfection, sweet and rich and the souffle was amazing.
Entrees were Day scallops, Hanger steak, a fish???. and whole young roasted chicken. The steak was on a cheesy orzo with watercress that had a tomato vingerette, amazing flavors. The other dishes were great also.
Dessert were creme brulee, ice creams. Port poached pear, and lemon polenta cake. The cake was a new experience for us. We would eat it again in a heartbeat.
Service was great. This place is fine dining, but because they have so many tourists; it isn't white cloth dining. We were nicely dressed for a Sunday dinner. Many were in T Shirts and jeans. So anything goes here.
Food, wine, tax and tip was $420 for four people. Not bad.
We had Flowers Charodnay with the meal. It goes fine with fish , chicken, or beef.
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