What drew us to Landmark were the descriptions we read about the "salad room"--we just had to see that! So, we went on a weeknight around 5:30 p.m. and were promptly seated. The dining area is on the second floor of the building. There are two rooms--one is much larger than the other. We were seated in the smaller room next to the "salad room." Our waiter was prompt, polite and unobtrusive. I ordered chicken fried chicken and my husband ordered calves liver. Each entree comes with a trip to the "salad room." With a moniker like the "salad room", I was expecting a huge room filled with selections. In reality, the room is rather small. However, the selection was huge. You could make a meal out of what is there--in fact, it is one of the menu options. Some of the ingredients were standard fare--lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, radishes, carrots. Others were a bit more exotic--five-spice tofu, for example. There was also a small selection of macaroni/pasta salads. Also, there was a large selection of fruit, chicken in barbecue sauce, and soups. What amused us most was the "soup of the moment". We asked the waiter why it was called that and he said it was because the selection could change at any moment. The salad dressings were actually limited. For example, I wanted Italian dressing but they had Italian dressing with feta cheese! If you are getting an entree, resist the temptation to fill up on "salad room" offerings!
The chicken fried chicken was tasty. The cutlet was thin and huge and the gravy was tasty. It came with two sides--mashed potatoes and green beans with huge carrot chunks. The liver came with lots of sauteed onions and two good-sized bacon slices and also had the same two side dishes as the chicken dish. When it came time for dessert, we were too full to even consider it!
For two of us, the bill was just over $50--that included a mixed drink and Perrier. Casual dress is ok--we were in our jeans. The customers, for the most part, were senior citizens. The decor is very 1940s style with tablecloths on each table.
We would seriously consider dining here again next time we're in town. Next time, I will try more "salad room" items!
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