Last night I had a great date night with Corey.
He graciously allowed me to choose the restaurant and I was in the mood for something new (and light). Believe it or not, I have quite a few restaurants bookmarked in my Favorites folder to remind me about them. Does anyone else do that?
Last night we ended up at the 5 seasons brewing company. Their website stated that the chef policy was to use all natural, local, and organic ingredients. I loved that policy! I am always looking for new restaurants that use only local ingredients and they seem to be lacking.
The food did not disappoint. I started with the hummus and homemade toast points.
The hummus was delicious, as were the toast points. The only issue I had was that they only gave a few toast points for a huge portion of hummus.
Look at that waste! The waiter did offer to bring me some more toast points. However, they didn’t come until about ten or fifteen minutes after our food did. By that point, I was too busy eating my main course.
For my main course, I ordered the honey curry grilled chicken sandwich on homemade foccacia bread with sweet potato fries.
Holy vegetables! The sandwich came with roasted red pepper and arugula. I also added some goat cheese and grilled onions.
These vegetables tasted so unbelievably fresh. Usually grilled onions at restaurants are soaked in oil. But I didn’t taste anything but onion.
I also loved the fact that the sandwich was overflowing with veggies. Usually there is a lot of bread and not enough of the good stuff with restaurant sandwiches. I liked that the veggies were taking over my plate. 🙂 Corey had a great time taking lots of pics of me eating my sandwich. Here is one of the least embarrassing ones.
I will definitely go back to this restaurant again. There were lots of other items on the menu that I wanted to try. Next time . . .
Now I am watching the Oscars with my hubby. I have seen every nominee up for Best Picture, except for the Fighter. I have to say that I absolutely loved King’s Speech and True Grit. Those are two of my favorites. The only two movies that don’t really deserve to be nominated (in my opinion) are Social Network and The Kids Are All Right. Both of those movies are pretty good, don’t get me wrong. But are they Oscar worthy? Not so much. But Toy Story 3 . . . there’s a different story. 😉