So, we like to go to places long after they are the new hotspot. Okay, it's not always conscious, but, when people are all talking about a place, I don't want to go there and see all those people there. So we wait. And then we forget about a place, and then maybe a year or so later we remember that place and go there. That's how it was with Tender Greens. Not to mention, it's not in an area where we regularly go. But one day, it was exactly what we wanted for lunch, so we went.
I got the steak salad. Yum. Steak. On lettuce. So, it's healthy, right?
The Food Pimp got the tomato soup, which, I believe was good, but needed some salt.
And he got the arugula salad, which was fresh and simple. Really good. It's funny to say, but he just loves a good arugula salad.
So, yeah, that was about it. Tender Greens. Not really any hilarity to report there. Just good, simple, local food. It's the kind of place that Martha Stewart might like - if they had table service - and they had a place for her chow chows and her himalayan cats to lounge. I'm not sure why, but when I think of her, I think of all those fluffy animals that she must pay several people to brush - cause you know that lady doesn't like fur all over the fur-niture.
Tender Greens at Liberty Station