Every Forking thing is subject to change. I went to a certain restaurant in Peoria AZ. This is a casual small brewery that offers a limited menu of food. I was here before and enjoyed a mouth watering plate of salmon. It was seasoned just so and seared crispy with a silky interior. It came with a mix of carefully prepared vegetables and garlic lemon confit. (pictured below)
So I thought I’d get the salmon again since I was craving a good salmon.
I didn’t get a salmon like the last one I had. It appears and taste like the chef has been 86th and they have someone filling in.
The salmon is edible but not the same as you can see. It sure isn’t seared or seasoned with the same finesse either. It’s kind of very average….just average at best. Did you ever go to the shore and get a mouth of seawater in your mouth? Well that’s what the couscous tasted like studded with squishy squash that was sprinkled with dry oregano. The waitress asked me how it was and I said the couscous only tasted like salt. She did offer to get me something else….I declined for two reasons. One was because the menu is very limited and I don’t recall anything else I wanted to eat……and I seriously doubted the person cooking was capable of preparing anything that taste good. I asked for some lemon so I could taste something other than salt on the couscous. She gave me two thin lemon slices that were impossible to squeeze. When I got home I re-read the menu and saw that my plate was suppose to come with lemon confit that I didn’t get.
The food was really great last time.
Seems like the Chef is gone and they just have someone slapping out whatever now.
The Forking Truth is that EVERY FORKING THING is subject to change and your experience or my experience may or may not differ.