Sunday, October 12, 2014

things to do in dallas - resto gastro bistro.

Resto Gastro Bistro. Try saying that 3 times fast!

As if you don't already have enough reasons to get out to Trinity Groves (seriously, do it), let me give you another. I'd been wanting to come here for some time and it did not disappoint.

The weather was perfect, patio seating was readily available, and the company was pretty fantastic, too. ;) This restaurant was pricier than most others that I've been to in Trinity Groves, but it was well worth it.
We started with a pear and arugula salad with candied walnuts and Panko-crusted bleu cheese bits. It was excellent and the roasted pear vinaigrette was the perfect companion. I got a Kabayaki Miso-Glazed Sea Bass of which I ate every. last. bite. Peter got a cast iron pork tenderloin with a spicy banana salsa. Sounds strange, and it was, but it was full of flavor and totally worked.
Halfway through the meal, the chef came out and we gushed over his food. He deserved it!
We also got a few cocktails, each with a different herb. Whiskey and mint, vodka, basil, and blackberry, and gin, thyme, and mixed berries. They were heavy in flavor, but had surprising tastes that we really enjoyed.

Pete and I agree: we'd definitely come back!
And, seriously, if you haven't checked out Trinity Groves yet, you're missing out. Here is another reason why and more to come!

Have you been to Trinity Groves? Which is your favorite restaurant?

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