Get stuffed with some caps. Start your noming adventure with a bite-size stuffed mushroom. They may be small, but they are stuffed with so much ripened goat cheese black truffle that a few might just fill you up. It’s gooey cheesy goodness with chicken sausage on the inside and mushroomy thickness on the outside. The sausage had a nice kick to it and combined well with grilled cheese. Such a pretty presentation, all lined up nicely with beautiful colors. The perfect starter dish to explore their unique take on the foodie experience. The large dish we got to enjoy during the Secret Suppers event with by Dishcrawl DC.
Pan Seared Chicken
What came first, chicken or egg? Pan-seared chicken with roasted potatoes, wilted spinach, and a sunny-side-up egg. The chicken was very soft and well seasoned but slightly too salty. Combine it with vegetables, bright side up egg, and it’s a great flavor combination. Got to get a little bit of everything in a single bite. Everything together becomes a well-balanced dish. This was our most favorite dish of the night. The large bowl we got to enjoy during the Secret Suppers event with by Dishcrawl DC.
Winter Green Salad
Jump into the green. It’s a mix of salad goodness with sweet dressing and berries—a good way to start your noming adventure before the main course. The dressing was very light and not overdone, so you can still taste the salad flavor with a nice sweet hint from the dressing. I love the combination of vegetables and fruits together, a nice mix of sweetness and greenness. I love the crunchy little croutons. They tasted more like the yummy bread they make. Oh, so good! The great dish we got to enjoy during the Secret Suppers event with Dishcrawl DC.
Upside Down Banana Cake
Do I eat it upside down? Holy sweetness, one bite, and you will be all upside down deliciousness. It was just a banana flavor explosion with every bit, making my taste buds dance. The caramelized sugar added a nice extra sweetness kick. Hands down, our hands upside down, one of the best desserts this hungry nomster had. It’s a kind of dessert you have to eat slowly and savor every bite. A great dish we got to enjoy during the Secret Suppers event with Dishcrawl DC.