I have had 2 meals here, and both were delightful..
This flap after PC's review in SEA times with the reader writing in she was 'offended' by menu terms she couldn't understand" - don't you think these days, things like "brodo', etc.?
The comment by the 'flame' reader/commenter didnt' even understand PC's comments on a course she had where she had as'peragus broth with carrot foam on top, and PC compared to a 'Machiatto'?
What's wrong with that" That dish does sound like a veggie resto version of a machiatto?
Do some people need to get an education before commenting on a review, or perhaps - eat at the resto before commenting at all so that their ignorance can be solved by EATING the food and understanding the comments?
I don't think people should use their ignorance as a bludgeon to a critic, especially when she was writing a well-balanced review of an up and coming place....