Our eating habits have changed - lighter fare holds more appeal these days.
Fish has always been a favorite and I loved it grilled, so Saturday night we ate at Bonefish Grill.
We started with the house salad, an easy blend of romaine and mesclun, with olives and heart of palm topped with a honey balsamic vinaigrette. The hot, crusty bread was served with a plate of oil and pesto. We both chose steamed asparagus. Tim selected Chilean sea bass and I had the orange roughy.
Both were hot, tender and flaky - simply delicious.
The portions were just right. The smoky accents truly complimented the flavor of the fish, which was attractively plated and served.
A sparkling white mango sangria went down easy.
It did seem a bit pricey, but I will gladly allow Tim to pay the difference for a delicious and suitable meal. As with many restaurants it was the price of the drinks, not necessarily the entrees, that moved it into a pricier range. Reservations, please. There were no empty tables while we were there.