Last..er.. Saturday? Jeff took me to Hell’s Kitchen for lunch. We were downtown looking at a potential venue when we realized we were getting a bit hangry. Jeff had been to Hell’s Kitchen before and it was within a few blocks so we went. There were a LOT of people there when we got there, but happily, they told us it was only a 15 minute wait.
Maybe it’s because we were already hangry, or maybe it’s because time flows slower in Hell(‘s Kitchen), but 15 minutes turned into 45. That’s the bad news. The good news is that we had time to wander around and appreciate the decor.
We were happy pandas when we finally got our table, but our faces still reflected our hangrys. We ordered up our entrees and scarfed them down before I could take a picture. For me:
Ham and Pear Crisp (Featured in “America’s Best Sandwiches” cookbook)Featured in “50 Best Sandwiches in America” Shaved, slow-roasted smoked pit ham, poached pears, melted Swiss and Fontina cheese on spicy-sweet buttered grilled sourdough bread. Includes choice of fries, sweet potato* fries, coleslaw or fresh fruit.
(v) (g) w/o the tortilla)A crisp flour tortilla with buttery hash browns, spicy black beans, soft-scrambled eggs and a 3-cheese topping, all baked to a golden brown. Topped with hand-chopped salsa and a dollop of sour cream. Like heat? Ask your server to also bring Bottled Hell at no extra charge.