This Eighteenth Century Federal style building has been faithfully restored to express its original simple elegance, and is now host to a restaurant ... More
This Eighteenth Century Federal style building has been faithfully restored to express its original simple elegance, and is now host to a restaurant that offers fantastic views of historic Burlington and a menu of dishes that seamlessly interweave the classic and traditional with the innovative and contemporary, and the walls are hung with original paintings by the most talented artists in the region.
My fiancee and I ate at Cafe Gallery a few weeks ago and decided to have our wedding party dinner there. He got the Rainbow Trout and I ordered the Ahi Tuna. Both of us were more than pleased with our dinners. We both had delicious freshly prepared vegetables and the waiter noted my problem with dairy and adjusted my dinner accordingly. Although we did not order desserts, we did have wine and a mixed drink which were fine. The entire experience was very pleasurable.
Positives, nice atmosphere, nice surroundings, nice view, quiet, and that is it. Food was flatout terrible. I ordered a porkchop dish and in all honesty I believe came out of a package, it was dry, it was bland, and it was not cheap either. I went on a Friday night and from what I saw, I came to this conclusion that the place is struggling to keep business and thus they cut costs by freezing all their meals and heating them up. I mean every bit of food, the apple, pork, potatoes, carrots, and pineapple were definitely all baked together. Service was not particularly great either.
Last night myself and a friend decided to dine at the Cafe Gallery. We both ordered the crab bisque, which was very good. She ordered the Sauteed Rainbow Trout, which she said was very good. I ordered the Braised Pork Loin with baked apples and Pineapple, which was a huge mistake. The Pork Loin was very fatty and was undercooked. Pork is not to be served rare. It stated baked apples ( which was one half of a very small apple. For dessert I chose the creme brulee, which was very tasteless. Needless to say my meal was not very good. However, we had an excellent waiter and I would give the Cafe Gallery a second chance, ordering something else on the menu.
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