Monday, April 4, 2011

Wisteria

We capped off Restaurant Week with a visit to Wisteria in Inman Park.  The menu concentrates on nouvelle Southern but certainly has enough variety to satisfy pretty much anyone.  I must say that we enjoyed ourselves and were impressed with the food.  We also thought that the $25 three-course meal was a very good value with generous portions.

I started with the crayfish and corn fritters.  They were very well executed as fritters but I couldn't discern either crayfish or corn.  (Mom's really are the best.)  But I didn't mind too much because they were so satisfyingly crunchy.

Having learned my lesson from Rathbun's, I went for the trout.  It was prepared in a French style with a twist.  It came with butter sauce and almonds but the sauce had a touch of vinegar, which was noticeably different than what you would get from wine.  I also noticed a little sweet, which gave just a suggestion of sweet-and-sour.  The sour note was, I think, a very good idea that set off the trout very well.

Dessert was a sampler of three desserts, all of which were great.

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