Lots of Lunch at Chef Tommy's

A weekend lunch was in order, so my mom and I decided on Greek. Chef Tommy's has been there for a few years, but I hadn't got the chance to go. It's not a big place, but it's cozy and tastefully decorated.  

I was dying for chicken, so Chicken Souvlaki on a Pita was my choice. My mom went with the Mediterranean Grilled Sole. They both came with soup, so I had the Lentil Soup and my mom chose the Spicy Cabbage Soup. These soups are made in house and taste homemade; full of veggies and delightfully seasoned. After polishing off our soups, the entrees arrived.  

This was one big ass pita; it was the length of the plate! Fresh pita, lots of tzatziki and juicy chicken was everything I had hoped it would be! The grilled sole was an open face sandwich topped with tomatoes and feta. The sole had barely any batter, just a dusting of flour we think. So good! Both dishes were the perfect portions for lunch. 

You know what that means?? ROOM FOR DESSERT! I saw on their menu online that they had crepes, so we decided to share a chocolate crepe. Made to order, so it took a little time, so we talked to our server(who was fabulous, by the way) and enjoyed our coffee. The crepe looks huge. It is vanilla ice cream wrapped in a crepe that has melted chocolate, not syrup, and it's rolled, sprinkled with chocolate chips and drizzled with more melted chocolate and a little whipped cream. WOW. It was so light that you didn't feel bad about eating it! If you have a sweet tooth, this is the dessert for you. You can also order it with fruit, if chocolate isn't your thing. 

A great experience!  The service was great and the food was so fresh. I'd love to come back and try more of their dishes.....and definitely more crepes. :D 

Opa! 

Lisa



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