This small family restaurant, which re-opened in October after extensive repairs due to a freak fire, is a true gem. The Caesar Salad is the best I've had on either coast and, when complimented, Anton gives a modest smile and mentions the fresh ingredients. Every dish on the menu is the result of his strict adherence to fresh and quality ingredients, but also benefits greatly from Anton's training at D'Gallia Instituto Gastronomico in his native Lima, Peru.
After a soft re-opening to give the staff time to get up to speed, they're now providing excellent, friendly service at superb breakfasts known to attract fans from the far corners of the county, as well as delicious lunches. We're looking forward to dinner service in the near future.
A favorite Peruvian dish is Lomo Soltado, rib eye steak sauteed with, onions, parsley, tomatoes, with chimichurri and soy sauce, sliced and served with French fries and rice. The Riverside Burger is fresh ground beef, cooked to the exact degree of preferred doneness with bacon, cheddar, tomato, fried onions, and mixed greens, fresh of course. There's a wide selection of salads, sandwiches, and wraps. At the moment, the sole dessert is flan (with ice cream for the kiddies) but that flan is outstanding!
Breakfast specials include fresh fruit, six extremely creative omelets (3 eggs), side dishes, Belgian waffles, and French Toast Supreme that left a teenager groaning with delight..
The space is sparkling clean, as is the kitchen, sunlight streams in from gleaming French doors, and the sleek wood tabels are set with heavy silver-plate and cloth napkins, a welcome amenity..
A limited selections of wines is available including a very nice Rioja. Lots of off-street parking in their own lot, a rarity in Croton=on=Hudson.
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