I love walking into a restaurant and feeling like I’m at home — or even better, walking into someone’s home for a nice home cooked meal. The newly redone 660 Mediterranean Kitchen, located in the Anglers Boutique Hotel, felt like home in many ways. The ambiance was warm and relaxing — the setting/ atmosphere also added to that feeling — we sat in a beautiful “dining room” like room in booths.
I thought I’d run through some of the strongest dishes we had and some I’d suggest passing over:
– Fattoush Salad — Romaine, Kalmata, Pita, Preserved Lemon, Feta, Onion, and Tomato
– “Caesar Salad” Reinvented — Romaine halves, Olive Oil Bread Crumbs, Lemon Shavings, and Parmigiano
– Red Wine Poached Pappardelle– Short Rib Ragu, Crispy Sage, Parmigiano
Some weaker dishes:
– Seafood Cioppino — Saffron, Orange Zest, White Wine, Tomatoes, Grilled Bread –– the dish was lackluster to say the least; I received about two pieces of shrimp, no scallops, and a lot of calamari. I’ll pass thanks. It also didn’t include the bread which HAS to be given in broth based stew like dinners — otherwise, there is no point in ordering them
– Tuna Tiradito — Sliced Raw with Florida Cirtus, Shallot, Chive, White Truffle Oil- My dad liked it however the portion size was measly to say the least — I don’t mind smaller richer dishes, but I didn’t taste the truffle oil which could have helped make the itty bitty portion size richer