4th course at Restaurant L! We have fresh Sole, radish, sugar snap peas, sea beans, fingerling potatoes and curry cream sauce. Guys, this was amazing. Words can’t describe 😋
Are you keeping up with my Restaurant L experience? Check my last two posts for details! Here is our 3rd amazing course from this fine dining restaurant…American red snapper with steamed, artichoke, pine nuts, smoked paprika oil, lemongrass ginger relish. This was a juicy, succulent, flakey fish with so much flavor from the broth and relish topping. Get ready seafood fans, this one is just mouthwatering!
2nd course from Restaurant L! We have a Maine Lobster Salad with avocado, baby spinach, fennel, and Meyer lemon. This is lobster done right! So fresh and beautifully enhanced with light, natural flavors. Not a lobster lover? Well this dish will convert you.
On a recent trip to Jean Robert’s new Cincinnati restaurant called “Restaurant L”, my husband and I were spoiled with some of the most luxurious, and thoughtful dishes- each one better than the last. Additionally, they paired each dish with a tasting of wine to help enhance our dining experience. Throughout the day I will be posting some of our favorite courses from the meal!
Our dinner started immediately as we sat down and were given glasses of champagne with an ambouche of duck confit before ordering. (Your 3 course dinner quickly turns into 5 with the extra surprises they treat you with). We chose to order from the Prix Fixe menu. The above dish was brought out to us first. This is their “duo of soup”. On the left a warm cauliflower soup with a tempura asparagus, contrasted on the right with a cold asparagus soup topped with truffle brioche croutons. Both soups were topped with a dollop of cream. These gourmet soups were bursting with rich, fresh flavors. My tastebuds willing my brain to get another bite faster… Stay tuned for more amazing courses from Restaurant L.
Are you a sucker for a spicy cocktail like me? If so, this drink is for you! This drink is called El Luchador. An ice cube of ginger, triple sec, jalapeño, and citrus is dropped into a glass of anejo tequila. The ice cube slowly melts and turns into a “slushy” type of consistency, giving you a delicious frozen margarita! You can find this creative, unique margarita at Mita’s in Cincinnati! Cheers to the weekend!