Thought I'd do something a little different today. Our anniversary was on Friday (9/9) and Bob and I went to Williamsburg, VA for the weekend. Our anniversary dinner was certainly nothing to write home about (McDonald's on the road) but the rest of the weekend was great to awesome so I thought I'd do some restaurant reviews.
Lunch at The Cheese Shop - on Duke of Gloucester Street They carry high end food stuffs and cheeses but at the back of the shop they sell sandwiches, chips, and drinks. The sandwiches are awesome! We stop there every time we're down there for lunch. I usually get either roast beef, provolone on rye or Virginia ham, cheddar on French bread. They make a great house dressing. You can buy the house dressing to take home along with bread ends. The girls always get grilled cheese, which looks good.
We had breakfast twice and lunch once at Aromas. The breakfasts were really good. I had a garden veggie quiche and fruit one morning and a Southwest omelet the next. Both were really good, the omelet had chicken, black beans, cheddar cheese in the omelet and salsa on top. Bob had the scrambled egg breakfast both days, scrambled eggs, hash browns, toast (a really good multi-grain thick sliced toast), and bacon one day, sausage the next. We stopped by yesterday for lunch. Bob had the BLT and I had a huge sesame chicken salad.
Probably the best meal we had there was at The Trellis. It's pretty upscale, but perfect for an anniversary dinner. The dress was casual (there were people there in shorts) but nice. We started with a garden greens salad (greens with parm cheese and a vinaigrette dressing). Bob had a duck dish which he said was really good. I had planked salmon with green beans and fingerling potatoes. For dessert I had key lime pie and Bob had a chocolate tart with caramel something. I didn't taste his tart, but my pie was delicious. Instead of being a pie, it was made in a small rectangular tart pan. It was then thinly sliced across the short way. My plate had 3 slices with some graham cracker crumbs across the top and a raspberry sauce on the side. There were two things that made the dinner really nice (besides the food and company!), first, the waiter didn't ask us 100 times if everything was good. He didn't ask at all. He was very attentive to our needs and was there when we needed something but wasn't always interrupting. The second thing was that the meal was filling but we didn't leave feeling stuffed which was really nice. It was a change to be able to eat a salad, meal, and dessert and not feel like it was Thanksgiving.
So now when you go to Williamsburg you know where to eat. Enjoy!