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Grace review

Nicole | Feb 18, 2007 01:18 PM

We had a great dinner at Grace last night. Appetizers were a pork belly dish and a special, salmon two ways. The pork belly was sensational--so tender and flavorful. The salmon was good but nothing special--lacking in flavor compared to the other dishes. Entrees were a wild boar dish and a pork shank dish--both were incredible. Especially the was cooked perfectly, with the tenderness of filet mignon but more flavorful. Served with great spaetzle and brussel sprouts. Dessert was blood orange panna cotta with malt-flavored icecream and some other components. This was the best panna cotta I've ever had--really rich and creamy but also light at the same time. I had heard that pork and boar are the way to go at Grace, and I would agree, because the salmon appetizer was definitely the weakest link in an otherwise exceptional meal. Would definitely go again, but would not order fish there again.

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