Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Corner Table

For a birthday dinner we went back to Corner Table.  Tip about that place, there are parking across the street and down the street, but be smart and read signs.  Otherwise, they do have a valet for the compound.
We ordered the Paleo Buffalo Chicken Wings.   They battered it with almond meal and fried it.  It is spicy and they do have the blue cheese dip to counter act the spiciness   
Out of curiosity, I ordered the Paleo Chicken Enchiladas.  I had high hopes for it, but too bad it wasn't for me.  They used coconut flour to make the tortilla, the chicken mixed with the tomato and cilantro puree very well, just that the coconut flour is sweet and it just confuses my palette.  The chicken with the sauce was great, though.
The dish came with a side of veggies.  As you can see, they have asparagus, grilled zucchini, carrots, broccoli, and that mashed up bit is not potato, that was cauliflower.  This time it also confuses me because the spices used on it isn't what I had expected to go with the cauliflower.

At night it does feel much more upscale, and it is still a good upscale gluten free choice.  The GM is super friendly, they have a sommelier on site and has wide array of wine to impress you.  I'm sure once the 2 bars in the complex opens up, you'll get even a wider arrange of drinks available to you.

Corner Table
2736 Virginia Street
Houston, TX 77098
dinner reservation is recommended, but we've never had issue getting a table.

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