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JUdson Grill

Abrocadabro | Mar 16, 2004 03:55 PM

I haven't seen much recent stuff about Judson Grill so I thought I'd mention the delicious lunch I had yesterday. It was my first visit and the menu had many options that sounded great. Ultimately, I selected an appetizer-sized portion of egg fettucini, with parsley pesto, walnuts and parmesan. It was delicious and easy to eat neatly (which was good considering it was a business lunch). The pesto did not overwhelm the other flavors of the dish, which complemented each other nicely, and it was satifying to chew (good contrasts of textures). For the main course, I had the sirloin steak (medium rare) with sweet-onion mushroom sauce over garlic fried potatoes and spinach. It was a really excellent steak, cooked a little more on the medium side than the rare side (which was fine with me), and nicely tender. Good fried garlic flavor (although I tasted it the rest of the day). I sopped up the sauce with the rolls, which were ciabatta style and very fresh. The butter was served nicely softened -- cold, hard butter is a pet peeve of mine at restaurants.

I can't wait for an opportunity to go back.

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