Last time I was here was a year ago. This is the first restaurant recommended by my client. I went to tried with my engagement manager. We both loved it. Great services. Great atmosphere.
Main theme here for this restaurant are their dipping sauces. Each of the entree comes with three choices of sauces you can choose from probably 30+ on the menu.
Haven’t been back until now only because it is a bit out of the way for me going back to my hotel. But as the weather becomes better now, a walk to this nice restaurant is worth it.
Greeted with great services here. First came the bread. I value breads served at restaurants. It says a lot. The breads here come with freshly roasted garlic. Wow.
I began my meal with tuna tartar with mango and some spicy sauce. Awesome!!
Next is cheeses. I chose cheeses only as suppose to mix with meats. Came along are apple slices, candied walnuts and truffle flavored honey. Yum.
This time I ordered the same thing as last time. Grill tofu. I love tofu. And of course comes along the famous sauces of this restaurant. I chose Asian pear chutney, peanut sauce and red curry. Going total Asian here.
Another week in the Denver area. Need to get some fancy food to start the week after the long weekend (even though I didn’t really get the Monday off, my client did. So I worked from the hotel. Semi-holiday!)
Tried looking away from the Larimer Square, there is this pretty good review restaurant close to my hotel.
Went in pretty early (my messed up timezone between EST, MT and PST for these two weeks), the restaurant was still empty. Great! I feel like I got it all to myself. :) The service was excellent!
Just like any fancy restaurant, I was greeted with the chef’s special. A mini pie with meat. Very strong taste but very tasty indeed. Came also with a couple of warm breads. I love restaurants that actually care enough even for the breads they serve.
Got my first dish. Hamachi tartar and tuna sashimi. Fresh!
Crab salad. With the honey at the bottom, the hint of sweetness brighten up the dish so much.
Saved room for desserts. My favorite, cheeses! Got great recommendations from the server (and of course I don’t remember the names of the cheeses as usual). Great ending to my dinner.
Oh wait, a free macaroon from the restaurant! That’s a GREAT ending to my dinner!
Been trying out a lot of restaurants in Denver (as you may already noticed) and Tag Raw Bar is one of my favorites. Not only because the food is great, the services here are excellent!
Last time I was here was before the summer. This restaurant just opened and I saw only a few reviews from Yelp about it. The menu was really appealing so I have it a try. The place is pretty small and it is literally just a bar. I have been to Tag, which is another restaurant on the same street and it was recommended by my client.
The first time I was here I noticed a $35 chef’s menu. Went for it no doubt. Sitting at the bar I could see the chef working his magic.
After a few month, I went back and looks like the prices have changed. The chef’s menu increased to start from $50. This time I decided to pick my own dishes.
I need to point out that the free appetizer tasted great. It’s popcorn and some seaweed looking crispy munchies.
First came the salmon roll.
I tried to order the kangaroo tartar but the chef suggested me with his new creation. Raw kangaroo with crabmeat roll.
Another night of super satisfied dinner.