In case you’re thinking of going to Ynot, I’ve got a list of reasons why you SHOULD go to YNot:
- It’s pretty empty, so if you’re looking for a super quiet place where you’re the only one present along with one server and one chef, this might just be it.
- Even though the beef sliders weren’t my favorite, the brioche buns were the bomb dot com
- The sweet potato fires and aioli should have come with the Lay’s/Ruffle’s slogan. As soon as I put one in my mouth, I was already reaching for another and I just couldn’t stop–almost as if I was under a spell!
- The Chilean Seabass Roulade with thai beetroot consomme, nori and pickles.
- The Cornfed Baby Chicken with leeks and risotto that tasted actually cheesy.
- The grilled Rib-Eye with creamy mushroom sauce, garlic chips and confit potato.
- The passionfruit Eton’s Mess
There are however a couple of reasons why NOT to go to YNot as well:
- The Tiramisu. I don’t know how that can even be called a Tiramisu. To put it mildly, it looked better than it tasted. To put it harshly, it was a runny, totally watery and I was digging around to see if there even are any ladyfingers in there.
7:1 isn’t too bad a ratio, is it? I can’t help but still prefer Marina Social and Accents though. Sorry :/