We made our reservations in advance, so you will want to also.... be warned, everything was delicious! The Davenport itself is a historical (and glamorous) place to see.
We were seated promptly, but had to wait a little long for the food order to arrive, something understandable for it was a weekend evening and the half-price menu does draw a big crowd.
We had a look at the Menu.... and ordered.
For an appetizer, Geo ordered French Onion Soup.... he loved it! We also had the Coconut Prawns.
|French Onion Soup|
For Dinner, I selected the Coconut Salmon which comes with rice and a seasonal vegetable. Here, it is fresh green beans. As you can see, there were only about three of them, (and they were tasty too!). It was kind of surprising that there were only three, but if I may say so, it was totally "gourmet." The fish was fun to eat this way, though not exactly what you want to eat immediately following Coconut Prawns because the two are so similar, but it was delicious!
Geo had the French Dip as an entree, with fries.
A Creme Brulee and ....
Love ya Geo!
PS. When at the Davenport, be sure to have a look around at the photos up on the walls. There is a lot of interesting stories there.