This restaurant is still fairly new and we usually wait to allow them to work the kinks out. I'm also not one to complain about a restaurant's decor unless it causes a food hazard. The place is beautiful. This IS the Horse Capital of the World and the equine artwork is breathtaking. As well as the white upholstered booths, the rough hand-planed tables and the lighting. Four of us decided to eat here on a Saturday night around 7:00 with no reservations. We were told 15-20 minutes and we gave them our cell number. We were invited to sit at the bar while we waited but we declined. 6 minutes later our phone buzzed and our table was ready.
Our waiter was prompt with our drink orders and drinks. He also asked if we needed any suggestions because everything sounded amazing. While we waited for our dinners, the waiter brought us a loaf of fresh bread with olive oil for dipping. Two of us had the Beer Battered Fish and Chips which came with crisp fries and a light coleslaw (not overly saturated with mayo). Another got the Bone-in Chop with the most amazing melt in your mouth whipped potatoes and fried apples. And the fourth diner ordered the jerk chicken sandwich with fries. All of our plates left the table completely wiped clean. As for drinks, two ordered beers - which were a bit higher priced for the size and the other two had water/sweet tea.
But the real star of the night was the dessert: Salted Caramel & Bourbon Bread Pudding. Bread pudding is usually a staple on a KY restaurant menu and it didn't disappoint. Perfect balance of flavors!
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