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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5475 on: May 24, 2021, 12:16:12 PM »
Looks like Hawaiian Panda Express
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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5476 on: May 24, 2021, 12:26:06 PM »
Looks like Hawaiian Panda Express

that's how i have always thought about it


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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5477 on: May 24, 2021, 09:10:46 PM »
Spent the weekend in KC for a bro's bachelor party. We stayed at Harrah's so I tried Gordon Ramsay's Steak twice. Got the prix fixe one night and the A5 Wagyu and king crab another night. Prix fixe was good. The beef wellington was my least favorite thing though, tbh. Maybe I just don't like beef wellington much. The sticky toffee dessert was perhaps the best dessert I've ever eaten. The A5 Wagyu was pretty amazeballs. When people say you can cut it with a fork they aren't lying. That being said, I tried someone else's dry aged prime KC strip and I would be more inclined to order that in the future even if money were no object.

Had SLAPS on the way out of town. Burnt Ends and jalapeno sausage combo plate w/ a rib bone added. Mac n chz and potato casserole for sides. First time having SLAPS and I get the hype. The ribs impressed me the least out of everything and that's not to say they weren't good.

Pretty great weekend overall. 6.8/7




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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5478 on: May 25, 2021, 08:18:50 AM »
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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5479 on: May 25, 2021, 08:58:17 AM »
i didn't know that restaurant existed!

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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5480 on: May 25, 2021, 10:59:49 AM »
Spent the weekend in KC for a bro's bachelor party. We stayed at Harrah's so I tried Gordon Ramsay's Steak twice. Got the prix fixe one night and the A5 Wagyu and king crab another night. Prix fixe was good. The beef wellington was my least favorite thing though, tbh. Maybe I just don't like beef wellington much. The sticky toffee dessert was perhaps the best dessert I've ever eaten. The A5 Wagyu was pretty amazeballs. When people say you can cut it with a fork they aren't lying. That being said, I tried someone else's dry aged prime KC strip and I would be more inclined to order that in the future even if money were no object.

Had SLAPS on the way out of town. Burnt Ends and jalapeno sausage combo plate w/ a rib bone added. Mac n chz and potato casserole for sides. First time having SLAPS and I get the hype. The ribs impressed me the least out of everything and that's not to say they weren't good.

Pretty great weekend overall. 6.8/7

Thats good to hear about Harrah's, I saw that place but was not sure if it was a tourist trap or not.
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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5481 on: May 25, 2021, 01:28:57 PM »
Spent the weekend in KC for a bro's bachelor party. We stayed at Harrah's so I tried Gordon Ramsay's Steak twice. Got the prix fixe one night and the A5 Wagyu and king crab another night. Prix fixe was good. The beef wellington was my least favorite thing though, tbh. Maybe I just don't like beef wellington much. The sticky toffee dessert was perhaps the best dessert I've ever eaten. The A5 Wagyu was pretty amazeballs. When people say you can cut it with a fork they aren't lying. That being said, I tried someone else's dry aged prime KC strip and I would be more inclined to order that in the future even if money were no object.

Had SLAPS on the way out of town. Burnt Ends and jalapeno sausage combo plate w/ a rib bone added. Mac n chz and potato casserole for sides. First time having SLAPS and I get the hype. The ribs impressed me the least out of everything and that's not to say they weren't good.

Pretty great weekend overall. 6.8/7

Thats good to hear about Harrah's, I saw that place but was not sure if it was a tourist trap or not.
He's got another one in Vegas at the Paris. One of the guys in the party said he'd tried it there and thought this one was better. Definitely wouldn't call it a tourist trap. Wine pairings and service were top notch.

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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5482 on: May 25, 2021, 04:58:44 PM »
denver biscuit company is pretty good, not great.  I really wanted greatness from them.  they put way too much sage into their sausage blend.

this is biscuit, fried chicken breast, fried egg, bacon, sausage gravy.



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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5483 on: May 25, 2021, 04:59:33 PM »
maybe had cheese on it too but idk


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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5484 on: May 25, 2021, 05:08:17 PM »
that thing is trying too hard.

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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5485 on: May 25, 2021, 05:08:58 PM »
I would eat it :dunno:
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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5486 on: May 25, 2021, 05:10:42 PM »
I would eat it :dunno:

Your tummy would hurt afterwards.

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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5487 on: May 25, 2021, 05:15:01 PM »
I would eat it :dunno:

Your tummy would hurt afterwards.

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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5488 on: May 25, 2021, 05:16:58 PM »
i think it's pretty good. i go for the simpler ones, and if get one with chicken you can sub in hot chicken

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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5489 on: May 25, 2021, 05:18:11 PM »
the sage was too much


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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5490 on: May 25, 2021, 06:35:55 PM »
Get a beer there, Clams?
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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5491 on: May 26, 2021, 02:45:20 AM »
denver biscuit company is pretty good, not great.  I really wanted greatness from them.  they put way too much sage into their sausage blend.

this is biscuit, fried chicken breast, fried egg, bacon, sausage gravy.


Did it fall apart when you tried to eat it? There's a place in Manhattan that opened (the Harry's/B&B people) that have a very similar looking menu. The food is impossible to eat without a fork and knife. It tastes good but calling it a sandwich is silly if I can't eat it with two hands.

https://www.guiltybiscuit.com/

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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5492 on: May 26, 2021, 11:09:26 AM »
denver biscuit company is pretty good, not great.  I really wanted greatness from them.  they put way too much sage into their sausage blend.

this is biscuit, fried chicken breast, fried egg, bacon, sausage gravy.



I would see friends go there and tried it.  I agree with you.  It seemed more about putting on a show instagram than actually tasting great.

I recommend Sushi Den/Izakaya Den if you're still up there.

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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5493 on: May 26, 2021, 11:20:50 AM »
denver biscuit company is pretty good, not great.  I really wanted greatness from them.  they put way too much sage into their sausage blend.

this is biscuit, fried chicken breast, fried egg, bacon, sausage gravy.



I would see friends go there and tried it.  I agree with you.  It seemed more about putting on a show instagram than actually tasting great.

I recommend Sushi Den/Izakaya Den if you're still up there.

jokes on you, chicat, they opened a location in kc
but if i'm ever in denver i promise you that i will go to sushi den/izakaya den


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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5494 on: May 26, 2021, 11:22:12 AM »
denver biscuit company is pretty good, not great.  I really wanted greatness from them.  they put way too much sage into their sausage blend.

this is biscuit, fried chicken breast, fried egg, bacon, sausage gravy.


Did it fall apart when you tried to eat it? There's a place in Manhattan that opened (the Harry's/B&B people) that have a very similar looking menu. The food is impossible to eat without a fork and knife. It tastes good but calling it a sandwich is silly if I can't eat it with two hands.

https://www.guiltybiscuit.com/

it held together pretty well, just lacked those delicious flavors that i crave and had other, non-delicious flavors which i try to steer clear of


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« Reply #5495 on: May 26, 2021, 03:11:13 PM »
denver biscuit company is pretty good, not great.  I really wanted greatness from them.  they put way too much sage into their sausage blend.

this is biscuit, fried chicken breast, fried egg, bacon, sausage gravy.


Did it fall apart when you tried to eat it? There's a place in Manhattan that opened (the Harry's/B&B people) that have a very similar looking menu. The food is impossible to eat without a fork and knife. It tastes good but calling it a sandwich is silly if I can't eat it with two hands.

https://www.guiltybiscuit.com/

it held together pretty well, just lacked those delicious flavors that i crave and had other, non-delicious flavors which i try to steer clear of
I know that the biggest covid hit to the restaurant industry is in the kitchens.

Probably a noob cook unseasoned


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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5496 on: May 27, 2021, 11:51:33 AM »
Pizza Shuttle is coming downtown  :party: but mind blown the Manhattan PS is not the same as the Lawrence/OP soon to be downtown PS?  They don't have 3fers, they have fancy pies  :shakesfist:

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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5497 on: May 27, 2021, 01:26:04 PM »
oh goody  :rolleyes:

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Re: Kc restaurant suggestions
« Reply #5498 on: June 11, 2021, 01:53:08 PM »
Didn't see my bud @mocat at Extra Virgin Rose night last night, it was my first of the year and delicious as always.

EV is changing up the menu completely I've been told by Mr. Smith himself.  Going way more mediterranean.

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« Reply #5499 on: June 11, 2021, 01:54:37 PM »
Haha I was out of town this week but I'll be there this month sometime for sure

Good move to go more Mediterranean imo