Simon & The Whale; 14.0

What You Should Know:

Gabriel Stulman’s latest project takes place in the Freehand Hotel, where Chef Matt Griffin prepares a menu consisting of mostly seafood, with some meat and vegetables in the background. The actual food is mostly mediocre, especially the entrées, which suffer from expensive, small portions and a lack of standouts.

What I Liked:

Black bread is served alongside whipped carp roe, whose texture is somewhere between soft butter and whipped cream.

Paper thin lamb is topped with goat cheese, lemon and yogurt.

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Is It Worth It:

The prices of the entrees lean around the high $20s, low $30s, and tend to run on the small side, comparable to the appetizer portions.


Food Rating:

8/10

Value Rating:

3/5

Return Rating:

3/5


FINAL RATING:

14/20

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