Last night 8/11 was opening night at Concord's new restaurant, the Sunny Table on Depot St. My husband almost turned around when he saw the sign that it was their first night but it looked like everything was running smoothly. It is an American-Asian bistro using local ingredients. The wait staff was very friendly and welcoming. This is the kind of menu I like but my husband does not, so we had mixed reactions. I am thrilled to see a restaurant that serves fresh vegetables in a variety of ways. I thought the garlicky chard was very good but DH greatly preferred baby golden beet thinnings from our garden that I served recently. The tiny serving of cucumber kimchee was just right in flavor but the cucumber skins were tough. DH said his salmon was "fine". My panko crumbed pork was good but I did not care for the flavor of the dipping sauce. The potato dim sum (?) were interesting but a little bland. I would have added some chives to the filling.
This is not the kind of restaurant we usually visit so I think someone else can give a better review.