Next came the Met Bar and Grill's Nachorella Sticks which are filled with pepper jack cheese fried in a crispy tortilla breading and served with a trio of Mexican sauces. To put it simply, these are the best "mozzarella" stick we have ever had! They were gooey, crispy, and mildly spicy. The Nachorella Sticks are a modern interpretation of the classic jalapeño poppers. They are deliciously addictive, especially when dipped in the roasted salsa!
|Nachorella Sticks and Trio of Mexican Sauces|
|Trio of Mexican Sauces: Chipotle Aioli, Guacamole, and Roasted Salsa|
The Met Bar and Grill is known for it's burgers. Therefore we just had to try them! James decided to order one of their more original burger creations. The Tokyo burger comes with topped with avocado, Muenster cheese, pickled onions, sticky soy, and diakon sprouts. James not a particularly a fan of this monster burger. He found it to be under-seasoned and packed with competing flavors. There was just too much stacked on top of the perfectly cooked medium patty. We upgraded to the Met Fries which are truffle fries with fried sage served with a side of truffle mayo. These fries were not the best, the overwhelming amount of truffle flavor completely overpowered our tastebuds.
|Tokyo Burger with a side of Met Fries|