Milt's Barbecue for the Perplexed
I had a good dinner tonight at a fairly new kosher barbecue restaurant in Chicago, Milt's Barbecue for the Perplexed. No pork, no butter, ice cream is soy.
They start with some very good sweet pickles.
My friends had sandwiches.
The special of the night was a rib-eye steak sandwich. He had it with the creamy coleslaw.
The chopped brisket sandwich. She had it with the good-looking fries.
I had the 1/2 slab of ribs (beef) with vinegar coleslaw, brisket baked beans (which are made with their burnt ends) and smashed potatoes, made from fried potatoes. Wonderful flavor.
I'm not sure how the meat is prepared. I don't think it necessarily slow cooked, but I enjoyed it.
There were three barbecue sauces, one mustard based, two tomato based. They were a bit sweet for me.
post edited by Davidsanders - 2014/04/29 23:51:32