CRAB CAKES OF THE GODS

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CRAB CAKES OF THE GODS

Postby Broadsheet » Sun Aug 29, 2010 8:04 pm

I went to Sardine for brunch today for the first time and had one of those food shocker experiences -- could it really be this good? Should I order another setup right now? I speak of the crab, bacon and rock shrimp cakes with chipolte beurre blanc ($17).

The cakes arrived fast, hot and burger-shaped with a great panko crunch. The melted chile butter, combined with the shellfish and bacon note, give this dish incredible depth. It came with a nice salad of fresh corn, baby tomatoes, green beans and greens, and two eggs. I ordered them over easy and put them on the salad.

Any other fish cake rivals out there?

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Re: CRAB CAKES OF THE GODS

Postby TheBookPolice » Sun Aug 29, 2010 8:23 pm

Broadsheet wrote:Any other fish cake rivals out there?

Not in my book. These are great.

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Re: CRAB CAKES OF THE GODS

Postby Broadsheet » Mon Aug 30, 2010 10:41 am

They might have liked the crab cakes but were offended by the the pork. Well, shellfish is supposedly unclean, too, in some Bronze Age traditions. Warning, warning!


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