The other night B, Grace and I walked over to Dundee Tavern for dinner. It had been quite a while since we’d been there. If fact I think it was during the “we have no power because of the windstorm that Ike deposited on us.” We watched football, B drank beer and I probably ate chicken tenders because I was stress eating (Bad mostly vegetarian person! Bad mostly kosher person!). Anyway since it had been a while since we’d been there I wasn’t sure what the vegetarian options were going to be. I was pleasantly surprised to find several fish options (fine I’m a mostly pescatarian), a cheese pizza, as well as several vegetarian friendly appetizers and salads. But what did I order? The Texas Grilled Cheese. And I’m so glad I did. It was ridiculously good.
The Texas Grilled Cheese consists of your choice of two cheese melted altogether deliciously between two pieces of Texas toast. Let’s do a little comfort food checklist for a minute. Cheese? Check. Carbs? Check. Warm, gooey goodness? Check. Comfort food FTW.
I chose cheddar and swiss cheese on my sandwich and I had potato salad as my side item. Such a simple meal but I’ve got to tell you it was one of the most enjoyable meals I’ve had out in a while. It was cheap ($5.99), delicious, great outdoor seating so we could enjoy the weather and have Grace with us, and the waitress was really nice. I couldn’t have found a single thing to complain about even if I tried really hard.