Plus Chef Bongo's Famous African Chicken Peanut Soup is still a winner. They are also still making it very convenient to share their large-portioned soups so you should not be shy about asking a single order to be split into two bowls. (I totally forgot to try the vegetarian version. Drat.)
- I felt this was a little overdone with the truffle oil because it really covered up the other flavours.
- I guess if you like chilled soup that smells like truffle oil, that's okay. Otherwise, pass, or wait for them to change it up a bit.
- You basically get one bite of each item. At $24, this is steep for the portion, but remember that the items come from their appy/tapas selection. Trying to get volume from appys almost never works out.
- For some reason the look of the plate seemed sloppy somehow. Maybe it was the lamb slider's torn-open-bun look that influenced the overall presentation. It was interesting, but it felt inferior to a cleaner sliced bun. The lamb patty sat neatly inside, however, and did not try to escape when you bit into it, which sometimes happens with mini-burgers.
- This was really nicely done. It was about 12 inches long and maybe 5 inches wide. Not exactly covered with toppings to the very edge, but the toppings were quite generous, to the point where the middle slices needed both hands to prevent toppings from flopping off.
- The crust was a real winner here. Really fun-crispy on the outside, airy on the inside so as to not fill you up with just bread, and without too much chewiness.
- Do NOT wait too long to finish this. Like most pizza, the flavours fall flat when it gets cold.
- Really nice touch with the small figs, giving it a light sweetness.