Last night had delightful meat meal in Sullivans. Room is warm and masculine and the service was quick and amiable. Started with a lovely and rich mushroom and truffle fondue. Thought it was too thin to start, but as it thickened, it became an inviting and warm way to begin.
Next up: the classic wedge. It came large, cold and covered in delicious blue cheese dressing. A success!
The main event: a petit filet with peppercorn sauce. The meat was heavenly seasoned and the peppercorn sauce was rich and biting and not too sweet. The sides we shared were creamed spinach and potato au gratin. Both the best we've had yet.
Creamed spinach, we've decided will be compared from city to city. Thus far, we have a winner: Sullivans.
Finally, we ended with chocolate raspberry soufle -- a light and sweet way to end a fine meal.