We dined at Blue Spoon after reading about it and this will be the first of what we hope will be many meals there. Everything was wonderful, from a knowledgable, attentive, and pleasant waitress to our delicious meals. We ate outside in spite of a chilly breeze in order to enjoy the neighborhood ambiance.
There is an emphasis on local and fresh seasonal ingredients. My asparagus starter with bacon and a light mustard sauce was perfectly cooked and the flavors delicately balanced. I then had the dish described as Maine seafood stew with pollack and mussels which was a delightful surprise. This was nothing like a traditional seafood stew and was tremendously flavorful. I savored every drop. My husband had the beet salad which he loved and the red wine and sausage risotto. He orders risotto every chance he gets and was very pleased with this one. We shared a coconut flan and even brought some home with us since we couldn't finish it. The flan is denser than a typical flan and very tasty, recommended for coconut lovers. We each had the half servings of our main dish and were perfectly satisfied.
This little gem has an excellent kitchen and definitely worth the walk uphill!
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