Thursday, July 19, 2012

Lunch at The Dutch

Grabbed a little lunch at The Dutch in Soho New York, we popped in 5 minutes before the kitchen was going to close- wipes forehead and orders with haste. The Dutch has a diner feel of a past era and serves straight up American food. The service is relaxed, friendly and attentive - totally diner!
The Dutch Bar
I love the lights

If you know me you know I love a tipple, so the malaga and mint to quench the thirst. The malaga and mint has rum, mango, sherry, mint, lime and cremant - it was stroooong but yum!
Malaga & Mint

After being seated we're served warm savoury herbed cornbread loaf with whipped butter, lovely but I didn't over indulge because I'm ordering the Fried Chicken.
Cornbread loaf

The Fried Chicken is piping hot, crisp and spicy served with jalapeno laced slaw and honey biscuits. This was a real treat the chicken even the breast was tender and juicy yet super crisp (crunch crunch crunch) on the outside. The biscuit soft savoury with that honeyed glaze - licks lips.
Hot Fried Chicken Honey Buttered Biscuits

 My brother had the dry aged burger with cheddar, a secret sauce and a side of fries. He said it was a winner winner chicken dinner lol but really I had the chicken dinner lmao
Dry Aged Burger
Solo on the burger

The parents had the scallop salad and were those not just the sweetest juiciest scallops ever.
Grilled Scallop Salad

Finally dessert which were pies, slice of lemon meringue pie please. The lemon meringue was served with vanilla ice cream. It was super tart, that I'm on the street corner kinda trampishly tart. The poppy seeds in the meringue a great texture surprise.
Lemon Meringue Pie
If you happen to be in Soho and happen to be craving fried chicken head straight to the dutch and grab a slice of pie after.

The Dutch
131 Sullivan Street New York ( Corner Prince street Soho)

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