Mustang is one of the all-time great restaurants on Main Street, Park City. Food is consistent, service is fabulous, plates are enormous. The only reason we don't frequent Mustang more often is because it's loud inside in a weird acoustics sort of way. Summer nights outside on the patio are ideal—live music, people watching and picturesque sunsets. Tonight was cold (fyi, it snowed all week!?) so we sat inside with Dean and enjoyed spectacular fancy comfort food over great conversation.
It was $5 corkage night—sweet ;')
Southwestern Style Grilled Honduran Lobster Tail, $47.50. These were giant meaty lobster tails, 14 oz, grilled and topped with grapefruit salsa. Grapefruit, an unusual citrus choice, added a phenomenal tangy kick. Hubby, as expected, subbed the caloric-heavy enchilada with sauteed spinach.
Southwestern Style Honduran Lobster Tail with Enchiladas. Brian's enormous lobster plate came as the chef intended—topped with segmented grapefruit salsa and spinach and jack cheese enchiladas with a house enchilada sauce. So decadent. So rich and fabulous!
Rack of Lamb with Asparagus. Dean and I, the proud carnivores, ordered the Special—a full rack of lamb (oh yeah!) with super special raviolis. Dean subbed the raviolis for asparagus spears, the lighter choice.
Rack of Lamb with Ravioli. The lamb special came with rich, cheesy, smooth, creamy and decadent raviolis. Tender chops served perfectly medium rare with a crispy tasty sear and mouthwatering jus. Unreal! Mustang really knows meat.
Berry Cobbler with Vanilla Ice-cream. Brown-sugary chunky crusty bits, hot bake berry explosions next to fresh cold berries, and ice cold vanilla—omg!
890 Main Street (lower Main St Plaza)
Park City, UT 84060