Black + Blue (Restaurant Review)

Price: $$$

Service Staff: 5/ 5 stars

Quality of food: 3/ 5 stars

Atmosphere: VERY NICE! Very enjoyable. Lovely decor. Love the jazzy music. Quite the place for a fancy romantic rendezvous. I seriously suggest making a reservation for the 3rd floor. They even have a separate dining room on the 3rd floor (good for a big party)

Last Visit: November 4, 2012

Comment: Overall, the food wasn’t spectacular, but it wasn’t terrible either. I really enjoyed the service and the atmosphere.

Mussels + Frites

Mussels + Frites

We started off with a Mussels + Frites & Stuffed

Stuffed Mushrooms

Stuffed Mushrooms

Mushrooms. Not bad, but not exactly memorable.

We also ordered a Cream Corn….which was actually quite nice w/ its good mix of sweet & spicy (no photos though…corn will be corn) And the mashed potatoes was normal as well.

Bacon Wrapped Scallops

Bacon Wrapped Scallops

The Bacon Wrapped Scallops was actually quite good. But for $6/ piece…..perhaps the chef needs to up their game a bit.

Beef Wellington

Beef Wellington

For my main, I ordered my 1st Beef Wellington ever. After watching Australia’s Junior Masterchef season 1… I’ve been wanting to try it. It seems to have passed the test (should have taken a picture of a cut open Beef Wellington….but the inside was nice and pink on the inside ). However, although I’m not sure how a delicious or proper Beef Wellington should taste, the pastry was a little disappointing. It was too thin and not fluffy enough. Sauce was okay.

I don’t rememberiphone 501  what kind of  steak these 2 dishes (that I didn’t order) are. BUT, I remember the plain one on the left tasted GOOD for steak, but was in serious need of some sides….and the one on the right with pretty background and Danbo….was tough….and probably the worst of the main dishes.

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The dessert was a fun part of the evening though.

Bananas Foster

Bananas Foster

We were stuffed….but there’s always room for dessert ^^

It was yummy.


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