Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Twisted Fork in Raleigh

After going to the early voting facility at Triangle Town Center, we decided to grab some dinner at Twisted Fork. It was the first time for both of us. We started with sharing the Jambalaya Soup. It was really tasty with the perfect amount of spice. Their home-made rosemary bread is extremely moist, flavorful, and delicious! I had the Wood Fired Filet Mignon with garlic mashed and asparagus. Daryl had the prosciutto wrapped salmon with "fried" spinach and garlic mashed. The spinach was really interesting. Apparently they fry it. It becomes kind of papery and flakes off in your mouth. It was a little salty but really a new and fresh idea. While I was hoping for a bigger cut of a filet mignon, it ended up being the right size portion by the time we finished our meal. Our waitor was super nice, explained the menu, told us about their weekly specials (Wednesday: couples night...$39.99 for a bottle of wine, entree a piece, shared dessert), and was extremely attentive despite a party of 20 sitting in the same section. I'd definitely go back. It looks like there's many more things to try on the menu!

  • Pros:Wait staff, menu selection, ambience, food, drink menu
  • Cons:price, I guess
We go to Twisted Fork regularly. In fact, we like Rocky Top Hospitality so much, they are doing the catering for our wedding.

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