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The Bearded Frog - Shelburne, VT Restaurant - Fine Dining

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The Bearded Frog
Shelburne's newest restaurant.

5247 Shelburne Rd. Shelburne VT 05482
802-985-9877
Open Nightly

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Cost - 1 (out of 4)  -- Service - 3 (out of 4)
Ambiance - 3 (out of 4)  -- Expectations - 1 (out of 4)
Overall Rating: 2 (out of 4)

Country Frog in a city setting My family and I dined at the Bearded Frog in Shelburne last week. Our expectations were high, having read a strong review and heard word of mouth about the chef and the food. The setting was pleasant, comfortably rustic in feel; and the use of pews as seating was extremely comfortable as well as cozy, effectively screening us from other diners and a busy wait staff. The food, however, was a mix of very good and disappointing. My stacked waldorf salad was delicious. The venison ravioli was served in a very rich sauce and the filling flavorful, although the pasta was thick and chewy. We also tried the Calamari, which despite what might have been an oddly sweet graham cracker coating, was skillfully prepared. For the entrees we tried the duck breast, which was over done, smothered in a sweet sauce, and served over bland, spongy potato waffles. The mole pork was very good, well seasoned and spiced, served on bed of pico de gallo-like black beans. The scallop entree was excellent, and plate presentation was a cut above the other entrees. The vegetarian in the group, after unsuccessfully trying to find out what might the chef might offer off the menu in the way of vegetarian repast, was repeatedly steered back to the menu. He finally chose the bar vegetarian Quesada which he found very flavorful, but commented the bread was more soft flat bread than tortilla. The flourless cake was equally disappointing, with a too-solid texture, almost too firm to cut, served in a warm strawberry sauce that did nothing to compliment it. cinmorgan

Review by - cinmorgan
2007-11-15

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