After shopping Church street for almost five hours we couldn't decide where to eat. We decided on Leunigs.
We started with drinks in the lounge, where they had snacks that looked delicious. Lemon drop martinis that were perfect cold, not too sweet, and the perfect amount of snap.
We then got to sit in the cutest little nook of the restaurant where we felt like we were the only five restaurants in the whole place.
We started with duck frites. Graham cracker crusted fried duck nugget strips. And this maple, ginger, soy, scallion sesame oil dipping sauce that was yum! Wished they sold it by the bottle.
Then we had a the salad on the bottom of the list not sure of the name, but we had it with the ahi tuna. Pomegranate seeds, pine nuts, beets, goat cheese, maple dressing, over micro greens salad. Again a home run. Perfect size for sharing.
Dinner came and it equally delicious and nutrious. I had the red pepper jelly glazed salmon with an herbed whipped cream cheese, sauté of baby spinach, and this grain called freekeh pilaf. This grainh was absolutely something I would want again. The spinach couldn't have been cooked better. Only complaint the red pepper jelly didnt put out tr heat I thought it was going to. Even with that said the salmon was wonderful.
My friend had the filet Grilled beef tenderloin, caramelized onion yukon smash, truffle &wild mushroom ragout, asparagus & himalayan pink sea salt & parmesan compound butter (stolen from their site). While I do not eat Beef it looked great too.
And since it is my birthday we split the creme brûlée for dessert it was equally smooth and custardy.
That was the food. The waiter and overall service was so good. Can not possible express how good this experience.
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