I was so looking forward to dinner here at Table 6. We looked at the menu in advance and saw they had one of my all time favorite dishes - risotto Milanese. I could just see my nonna cooking away on a thanksgiving afternoon. The second dish that was sure to entice was the chicken honey dish, which also intrigued my wife.
We get to the restaurant and add a beet salad with pickled fruit to our main courses. When asked what wine would pair best with our respective dishes, the waiter didn’t have a clue or a recommendation - I would have thought in such an establishment as this (btw - a very beautiful building) that they would have recommendations in mind for all their dishes.
The salad was bland. My risotto smelled as I expected (I love the smell of saffron), but, curiously, had no taste. It tasted like rice in water. I couldn’t taste the saffron (or the mushrooms). My wife’s chicken was tough and bland.
This restaurant had such promise. Perhaps we came on an off night. Nevertheless, it was an expensive meal [for the region] and that means they are not supposed to get the benefit of an off night. Thus, my review.
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