Medvedrichie: It's a matter of personal preference. If you don't like it, then don't return. Obviously others like this venue a good bit. I will travel to it and enjoy it. I think that a "conspiracy theory" on the thread, may be a bit extreme. You made your feelings known. Let everyone comment, from here on out. Your approach to a restaurant review is kind of immature.
Accolades to to "The Thistle!" The aesthetic environment is warm and visually stimulating. The staff are friendly and eager to help. They have a solid wine list that pairs well with the menu, without a hurt on the wallet. (Very Intelligent) The food is prepared with choice ingredients as well as a unique twist on standard dishes...not to mention, the Chef's signature dishes, that prove the kitchen is a talented, tight knit organization. I have enjoyed many dishes there, though if I were to highlight, I would recommend: The New York Strip with Frites and Root Vegetable Succotash, the Pork Belly Wraps, and Duck with Oyster Sauce, Basil, Soba Noodles & Veggies, to name a few. A great dining experience, off the beaten path. You will not regret your time and money spent at The Twisted Thistle!
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