Hereford House #2.

Upon deciding what to eat for dinner, my friend Steve and I decided the Hereford House because we were able to sit on the patio and enjoy the weather.  It was happy hour and we decided to get many appetizers instead of meals.  This was perfect.


Flatbread unite!

This flatbread item was new on the menu.  It had pesto, caramelized onions and, and parm cheese.  The combination was awesome and I could have eaten the whole thing myself, except that I was sharing with someone.


Boneless buffalo chicken with fries with a side of awesome, ranch dressing.

The boneless buffalo honey chicken wasn’t something to write home about.  It had a spicy kick, but also a sweet note due to the honey.  The sweetness overcrowded the spiciness, and I wasn’t too excited.  It was like the Hereford House was trying to be super fancy; please don’t be fancy when it comes to buffalo sauce.  Nonetheless, we demolished the whole thing because that’s what we do.


Fish and chips.

The fish and chips were delightful!  The fish was light and crispy on the outside, and hearty inside.  I’m pretty sure they used cod -which is my favorite fish of all time.  Of course, the fries were legit and the tarter sauce hit the spot.


Calamari and the red pepper-awesome-sauce!

The calamari was good.  It was not over-cooked, and delicious.  The red pepper aioli sauce was super de-lish.  So de-lish, I may or may not have thought about drinking the leftovers.  I would order this again.

Overall, the appetizers were good.  Due to our mood, we stuck with traditional foods. Looking back, we should have ordered 45 flatbreads and nothing else.  I’m excited to try other things on the menu or maybe try a meal!


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