16 days after my femur surgery and 7 days after Lea's knee surgery, we decided to double-date and celebrate at Silver. It was a gorgeous day, near-perfect weather on Main Street for hopping around on crutches :') The food was fabulous as usual, particularly the special "Deconstructed Beef Wellington" and House Meatballs. The grand finale was an exquisite international dessert wine tasting—decadent!
Spy Valley Riesling. Perfect starter—light, crisp and refreshing.—I'm warning you!
Vegetable Spring Rolls. Good, but fell apart immediately (and they were totally not Vietnamese!).
House Meatballs. What an awesome meatball! Lea was convinced there was fois gras in it and kept bugging our server for the recipe. Order this, love it and share it.Lump Crab Salad. Highly recommended by hubby, Barry ordered this and loved it.
Brussel Sprouts, sans Pancetta. We just love those brussel sprouts, even this kosher version.
ParmesanTruffle Fries. These are so rich, one fry per guest is really enough. Share this one too.
Deconstructed Beef Wellington. I just HAD to order this one. The puff pastry was unnecessary but I guess this was the "Wellington" part. The bone-in was done perfectly "rare-plus" (somewhere between rare and medium-rare) topped off with foie gras... FOIE GRAS!!! What a rich and delicious cut of meat.
(1) Michele Chiarlo Nivole Moscato—light, sparkling and sweet Italian.
(2) Chateau Rieussec Sauternes—brilliant and light from France, my favorite.
(3) Royal Tokai Aszu 5 Puttonyos—rich flavors of orange peel and honey from Hungary.
(4) Far Niente Dolce—Italian name is from Napa Valley.
(5) Warres 20 Year Tawny Porto—a beautiful sweet red dessert wine from Portugal.
Girlfriends in crutches ALWAYS stick together! xoxo
Located immediately to the left of post office parking lot on Main Street, in the old Phoenix Gallery space.
508 Main Street
Park City, UT 84060