My family and I decided to go downtown to conquer a new restaurant for dinner. Now, prior to our visit, if you recall from the Tribeca post, I wanted to see what all of the buzz was about with this place.My chance had finally come!
The wait wasn’t very long (this time) yet, the waiting area was quite congested. The menu options ranged from scrumptious burger options, salads, grilled chicken, pork, and chicken wings. Our food came out swiftly and our selections were piping hot. I had the Teriyaki Chicken which included steamed vegetables and steamed white rice. I enjoyed the chicken because it tasted as if it was grilled on a charcoal grill (my favorite) so it was full of flavor and the ends were crispy.
My experience was so pleasant that I went back for lunch the following day! For lunch, I ordered the Teriyaki Burger substituting the beef for grilled chicken. It was topped with a pineapple slice, smoked Gouda cheese, and drenched with Teriyaki sauce. As a side, I chose their sweet potato fries-DELICIOUS! They enhance the initial sweetness of the potatoes by sprinkling them with sweet coconut flakes and pairing them with a coconut cream sauce. This initiated my obsession with sweet potatoes.
Just recently, I attended WBK’s Sunday brunch. I wasn’t crazy about the brunch menu options, so I opted for that Teriyaki chicken sandwich. However, I did indulge in the brunch Mimosa’s! They were $6.00 each and presented in a glass so that you can see the colors blend.
Every experience at Whiskey Bar Kitchen has been lovely. The service has been excellent and the food, time and time again, has been satisfying. They have seating indoors and a few tables outdoors in front of the restaurant for patrons to enjoy great food, service and weather.
Whiskey Bar Kitchen
1048 Broad St.