Does everyone Groupon? I had not been taking advantage of the slammin' deals they were offering until a $40 Gropoun came up for $80 worth of food at Enzo's at the Glen Tavern Inn. I had eaten as a solo diner there before and wanted to share that experience with Scott Good Taste.
He started with a salad, like he always does. It was fine. Big shavings of parmesan is always an attractive sight in my book. Although I have been on a big salad kick lately, I went for my favorite pre-dinner order...
This time a creamy Red Pepper Soup to be exact. It was very much like tomato almost exactly so and that is not a bad thing in my book. It was a very hearty portion and I was getting full noshing on it. I had the waiter put the rest in a container to go. I had it for breakfast the next day.
I love a great piece of fish, swimming in sauce, bedded by a creamy risotto and with briny capers frosted on top! This plate is usually what I want to eat all the time. I never get tired of it and always am on the search for who does it better. This was pretty darn good. The sauce is a lemony, white wine sauce and I enjoyed bites of the capers with the risotto. I am not going to lie, I didn't even touch the broccoli.
Scott went out of the box and Eggplant Parmesan - He said it was great! It was not something I expected him to order but good for him for trying something completely new. He finished his plate until it was nice and clean.
We ended our meal with a panna cotta creme of sorts, vanilla flavoring and topping with a raspberry syrup. It was totally light and exactly what we wanted to end our meal eating. It was pleasant.
Do you Groupon? You should! We just had this amazing meal for $40!