1 Market St.
Melinda and I met here for
one of our bi-monthly dinners.
They have a view of the Ferry
Building and a bit of the Bay Bridge. There is a pianist at one end of
the room. I will say, it must be pretty upscale and crowded on the weekend.
They seemed shocked that we'd come without a reservation. However, Monday
night, not a problem.
The food. I had a
Sunday Colorado Lamb Leg Roast with tiny ricotta dumplings, broccoli rabe,
and spicy crumbs for $24.75 Melinda had Mustard Crusted Tenderloin Pork
with fava bread pudding, and a port plum glaze for $25.50.
The lamb was tender with
a rich gamey flavour. The ricotta was flavourful without being too spicy.
The pork was likewise tender
Melinda and I wrapped up
the meal by splitting a Macadamia Nut tart with caramel, hot fudge and
coconut ice cream. It was a sugar spun confection. So beautiful, you didn't
want to eat it. So tasty, you were glad that you did.