We needed to start with something savory, but their food food options are pretty boring (as in, just go to Chili's and then come here for dessert, and you'll have the same experience for $2 less).
That ranch is listed to be served with the Black and Tan Battered Vidalia Onions Rings, but I wanted to try it, so I ordered it for my chocolatey waffle fries.
|That pinkish color made the chocolate ranch seem promising.|
|Peanut Butter Chunky Chocolate Crepe - a thin french crepe stuffed with melted chocolate chunks and peanut butter. served with dulce de leche ice cream, toffee bananas, warm toffee caramel and candied hazelnut crunchy bits -$12.50|
My take away is that this place is strictly for hyper-indulgent desserts and/or dessert drinks.
What I would order if I were to go again, which I think about frequently as I pass the new Boston location on Boylston St. every day as I come to and from work:
Okay one food item, just because it's listed as "Food on a Stick" and then:
- Chicken, Bacon & Cheddar Rolls maple glaze & buttermilk ind 7.25 12.95
- Warm Chocolate Soup your choice of dark milk or white chocolate truffle soup served with crunchy chocolate wafer balls, strawberries, blueberries and mini marshmallows 10.25
- Dark Chocolat - Cocoa Origin: Venezuela made from criollo cocoa beans with a distinctive aromatic flavor 4.95
This is also not a restaurant that will do well if this English company's awesome receipt idea takes off, which I for one hope it does. We could all use a little reality check when it comes to how much we're really pounding down in our dining out adventures.