Mansurs on the Boulevard



Cedar Roasted Redfish

We started with the charbroiled oysters and a wedge salad. The oysters were okay…a bit tiny, but what was there was full of flavorful. The wedge salad was made with a fresh and chilly lettuce and seeded tomatoes, drizzled with a perfectly mild blue cheese dressing. Wonderful. The Creole Chicken Piccata was cooked perfectly, topped with a well balanced lemon/butter/caper sauce and accompanied by the house risotto. A home run, though the risotto was a little overdone (gluey). The Redfish was flaky and delicious, but perhaps a bit over-salted…might be a Southern thing that this northern palate just hasn’t adjusted to yet. The capers were a nice touch, adding a very subtle tangy/sour/lemony flavor.

Overall, a good experience. We’ll definitely return.

Creole Chicken Piccata


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Times Grill’s ‘Famous’ Burgers



Times Grill Hamburger

The sign outside says, “World Famous Burgers” and the place is located about 300 yards from my apartment, so I had to stop in and see for myself.

Well, I don’t know about World Famous (that’s a pretty tall order to fill) but it was a pretty darn good burger. The 1/2 pound burger was hand-formed and cooked to a perfect medium rare, just as I ordered. The service was top-notch and the beer was ice cold. The atmosphere inside is a bit uninspired and there’s nothing special I can write about there, but this post is really about a quick, tasty burger that can be had right down my own street and not about the ambiance of the place. I’ll be back.


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