I have craved ceviche almost every day since this lunch at Tanta. Thankfully it is finally fall as I never found anything that was a good substitute.
Tiradito cremoso cebiche – salmon, scallop emulsion, avocado, cherry tomato, chalaca, olive oil
Cebiche nikei – ahi tuna, tamarind-sesame oil leche de tigre, cilantro, habanero, cucumber, avocado, nori
Choclo – grilled with anticuchera, rocoto huancaina, fresh cheese
Super soltero – wheat, chickpea escabeche, cilantro, mint, parsley, queso fresco, cucumber, onions, mixed greens
I had Honey’s on my radar well before it opened but then did not read too much about it post opening so did not have any idea what to expect. Sometimes it is best to be pleasantly surprised. With a large group we we able to try most of the menu. Beautiful presentations and all successful and delicious dishes (with the exception of the very salty quinoa). Of course the downside of our large group was then apparent as second bites were unfortunately not possible. A fantastic space with an absolutely gorgeous bar taking up most of the front room. Congrats on all of the shining reviews!
marinated bay scallop – white gazpacho, grilled peach, apple, sorrel
hamachi – cucumber, grape, finger lime, verjus, pickled onion
spit roasted cauliflower – bread crumb, smoked giardiniera, basil
lamb tartare – shaved artichoke, cherry, black garlic mustard, crispy sunchoke
squid ink orecchiette – calamari, shrimp, octopus, pesto, mint, pine nuts
swiss chard – bagna cauda, fried shallots
rainbow trout – charred eggplant, roasted corn succotash, bacon, pea shoots
quinoa tabbouleh – lemon pistachio vinaigrette
grilled striploin – pommes dauphine, rapini, romesco, charred scallion
buckwheat pasta a la chitarra – morel mushrooms, thyme butter, pecorino, bread crumb
bass – brandade, pipperade, braised fennel
Unfortunately the power was out due to some crazy storms and a blown transformer. But if this is what camping looks like, I’ll take it!