Friday, May 22, 2009

No Exchange Required

It has been a rainy week or two in the Tampa Bay area, and last night was no different. But to brighten the day, and to lift our spirits (oh, and drink some spirits too); Frank and I went to the Wine Exchange for dinner. This has long been a favorite restaurant in Hyde Park with consistently good food. A while back they relocated to larger, hipper quarters around the corner. The food is still as good as ever with something for everyone. I enjoyed a properly cooked, slightly pink, Grilled Mustard Glazed Pork Tenderloin with a wonderful large grain couscous with a hint of curry and a touch of fruit. Frank had a tasty Salmon Dijon with a tangy breadcrumb and Dijon crust, served with a side of mashed potatoes. I am never disappointed at the Wine Exchange. Oh, and the wine was good too.

That's all I'm saying

4 comments:

Paul said...

Sounds good. What wine did you have?

Dick said...

Oh, Doctor, Doctor, do you really think I remember. But I know someone who might, so I will ask him and report back to you.

Paul said...

What can I say... I sometimes have a one track mind. :-)

Dick said...

And the answer is: Klinker Brick Old Vine Zinfindel.
http://www.klinkerbrickwinery.com/