Let's get down to business... It was fantastic. It's not cheap, but a less expensive version of Quality Meats with a little more of a variety.
We didn't get any steak so I can't compare it on that level, but I was super satisfied with everything I got and will definitely be back to try some meat and other side dishes like the Cacio e Pepe Orzo (I had serious FOMO from the couple next to me).
We started with the Baked Potato Monkey Bread which came with Bacon Butter. This bread was unreal. It was so doughy and savory that I tried to portion it out to last me until the entree...epic fail.
Then we got the Crab & Avocado salad that came with Jumbo Lump, Cilantro, Citrus and Avocado. It was very refreshing and the ingredients all complemented each other perfectly.
Then we got the Scalloped Sunchokes which were baked in cheese - enough said. This dish was one of the highlights the meal. Sunchokes are officially my new favorite veggie.
For an entree we got Seared Scallops which came with Black Sesame and Spinach. This was good, but not a huge portion, which I was kinda okay with it so I can save room for dessert. i do not think I would get the scallops again because they were too plain for my liking, but skinny betch would love it!
For dessert we got two Dressed up Scoops: Birthday Cake and S'mores. Both were amazingly delicious but if I had to choose the S'mores gets the win, although I loved that they lit a birthday candle in the birthday cake.. And it wasn't even my birthday.
Birthday Cake: Chocolate Malt Ice Cream, Confetti Cake with Vanilla Icing
S'More: Burnt Marshmallow Ice Cream, Graham Cracker Shortbread and Fudge Swirls
As expected, Quality Eats was an overachiever and gets a 9/10. It hit the G-spot in many ways, but most importantly because of the food. Hope to be back soon and try everything else on the menu!
19 Greenwich Avenue
New York, NY 10014