I went to the lesser of the Bayless restaurants today and it was pretty great. A great restaurant visit includes discover and I discovered one important thing: Cilantro is not evilly bad if it is very fresh and added sparsely to a dish. In fact, it is good. The key words ar fresh and sparse. Too many restaurants don't follow that rule.
I had a torta made of carnitas swiming in a tomatoe soup/suace of that was loaded with peppers sweet and spicey. The bread was white was like a baugette but not really. The carnitas were strong and said their names loudly. I also had a side salad made of arugula, romaine, cucumber, and jicama cover in a lime vinairette. Very good.
I wish I could go to his other two restaurants here but I don't have time. The fancy-fancy one is booked for months that the fancy one requires a long wait in line.
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