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Enjoyed our meal and the service was excellent as always. The Escargot with pesto and Roquefort was amazingly delicious, and the Uni with the squid ink biscuits was a perfectly balanced mix of flavors. The flan was delicious and velvety. Having dinner at Posh is always a treat, the creativity and talent of the team is appreciated.
There were 4 of us dining. Overall 3 out of us 4 enjoyed their food. I guess my cow's milk allergy was too much to tackle. My food was boring and safe. My previous experience was fun and adventurous. I can't say I'll return based on tonight's meal. Dessert for me was the real let down. They tried though to correct it to their credit. It was still safe and boring for a lack of a better word. If you want a good meal that's safe and normal this is the place to go. It used to be exciting to see what the chef would surprise us with, not anymore.
Love the concept of improvisational cuisine but the execution was lacking. I am not sure any of us were really in the mood that night for what some random person selected for us and wished we could have expressed preferences to what we actually did want rather than what we didn't. Perhaps we may have been more receptive to the chef's selections for us on another night. The consensus at the table was that we were all happy to have tried the place but wouldn't repeat the experience especially given the number of really amazing restaurants in the area at a similar or lesser price point.
Very disappointing. What should normally have been appetizers were the main course. Nothing extraordinary and the same venue was given to others even though they claim to create a personal experience. Anderson's pea soup is better than the pea soup offered. One of the amuse bouche was actually a dinner bun. A miniature lamb chop with no sides, and on it went. One sad dish was a squid ink biscuit. One very small black biscuit with little taste in a gravy. Basically a biscuit and gravy dish even if it did contain squid ink. Should have been an amuse bouche, not a main plate.
Easily, the worst meal of my life. The amuse bouche was a lukewarm piece of Ahi with a giant piece of pickled ginger on top that overpowered the fish. That was followed by an incredibly bland pea puree soup (no salt and pepper on the tables) that had the consistency of baby food. The next course, grilled octupus, was terribly chewy, moreso than octopus usually is. The dill pumpernickel bread had promise, but it was also served at a lukewarm temperature. The piece de resistance was anchovies served over burrata cheese. The anchove juice seeped into the cheese so when you at the two together, or individually, what you tasted was probably the most disgusting thing I've ever put in my mouth. Think about it because I can't get it out of my head. I was given a palate cleanser at the end that was so overly bitter, I thought someone had frozen lysol on a stick and served it as a lollipop. By the end of the night, I wondered if I was being punked or on some hidden camera show because all of the dishes were so poorly prepared. Just a complete disaster in terms of flavor profiles, common sense, seasoning and simple execution.
Fantastic meal !
Good way to try new foods, like the concept and "surprise" element to what is served.
Improvisational dining, you cross off things you don't like, the number of courses, and leave the rest up to the chef. The food is excellent, concept really leaves room for the chef to innovate.
Always amazing - never disappoints
Wine paring enhances each course.