This would make the second soft shell crab in recent years that I've had that was good enough to be noticed amongst the gamut of many others. Most soft shell crabs today have become unremarkable and many are poorly done to the point that they have become quite boring. To the point that I've really been avoiding them. I picked this starter based on the recommendation of a friend and it turned out quite good. For one, the entire of the exterior of the crab was crispy and the insides were hot, soft and juicy. And at $4.90, there wasn't anything to gripe about the price. I only wonder what does the salty egg of the crab refer to because I was expecting it to be covered in some salted egg yolk sauce and it didn't really taste anything of that.
This tenderloin sandwich was surprisingly good. It's beats the ribeye sandwich from Marmalade Pantry which now pales badly in comparison. And this goes at about half the cost at $10.90. There's a doneness option and the piece of tenderloin cut for the sandwich was noticeably heftier than the latter ribeye. Shame on Marmalade Pantry. I believe that the buttered and lightly toasted foccacia stood out more than a ciabatta in a weak wasabi sauce. That said, if anyone does know of good steak sandwiches, please drop in and give me a heads up. For now, this recommendation is the best I've had around.