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Comment Archives: Locations: Restaurants: Contemporary: 2 Stars

Re: “Zumi Sushi Japanese Kitchen

bad waitresses need more experinced watresses love the chicken noodle kind of

Posted by john lang on 08/29/2010 at 9:55 PM

Re: “tayst [closed]

I applaud Tayst for thinking outside of the box, however, execution leaves a lot to be desired. Some of the more interesting combination ideas on the menu were the PBJ Duck and the blue cheese ice cream grass fed steak. Our party started with a cheese plate sampler. While the cheeses were good, the portion size was fit for a doll house. I ordered the blue cheese ice cream steak because I thought the juxtaposition of hot and cold was intriguing and innovative.However, what it amounted to was a $35 cold steak as the ice cream sucked all the heat from the meat. My friend ordered the bison steak, once again served in a puddle of cold gazpacho with the same result, a cold piece of meat which proved that there was a reason that the culinary idea of mixing hot and cold was abandoned a long time ago. The only thing edible was my wife's scallops and a great selection of wine. I can't say that it was a completely unenjoyable experience though because the conversation about how bad the combinations turned out to be lasted well into the next week. We will most likely go back to Tayst as a wine bar but not as a restaurant.

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by WB on 08/15/2010 at 8:17 AM

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