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Meatos Revisited

cb3 | Dec 18, 201410:00 AM    

Having provided a lukewarm review of Meatos in the past, I wanted to update it with a better opinion. I was back there recently for lunch and the food was terrific. I'm not sure if it has to do with the menu being different, but it was definitely worthwhile. I'd go back there for a business lunch any time with confidence.

I sampled a number of tortillas/wraps. The lamb kebab was the best of the bunch, but the entrecote was a close second, with a little heat from jalapeno inside. My companions enjoyed the entrecote burger and the sandwiches, which had similar fillings to the wraps.

Side dishes were great. Everything came with fries and we ordered a few additional ones. Grilled veggies were good and we also had some thinly sliced roasted potatoes with something great drizzled on top (not sure what it was -- some kind of spiced mayo)

I can't say anything further about the steaks on the dinner menu. I hope they've also received an upgrade.

Also, they are finally serving liquor. The wine list has some great high end selections. Very few choices for beer.

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