I am an excellent cook, but also a very flexible traveler, eating whatever is put in front of me unless there are health concerns. Seeing the seasonal menu at Pulitzer, featuring duck and goose, we really had to go. What a disaster!
Per the menu, I ordered strong duck broth with homemade noodles. "We don't have any." I wound up with cheap fake chicken broth and a few dry noodle threads in the bottom of the bowl.
I ordered the goose. "We don't have any".
We went down the seasonal menu as well as the regular one with lots of, "We don't have any."
I settled for a duck leg that was as dry as a piece of wood, and so stringy that I couldn't get it off the bone. I saw a young romantic couple next to us where the sweet young lady was trying to delicately eat hers while remaining charming. Obviously she failed. Oh, and back to the "We don't have any.", when I ordered my inedible duck which was supposed to be served with traditional lochse (thin potato crepes), I got the same, "We don't have any." and got bread dumplings that were more like steamed pieces of Wonder Bread. I know bread dumplings, and these were pathetic. True, my husband's spareribs were good, hearty and a large portion, but that couldn't save the meal.
All of this occured at the earlier part of the dinner service, so there wasn't much excuse for the lack of items. Also, the place wasn't busy enough for the lackluster service.
If you are going to eat here, ask about what is available before you sit down. It will avoid the culinary crap shoot.
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