Experience An Impeccable Dining Experience At Saddle Peak Lodge

My wife and I went to Saddle Peak Lodge the other day. Since we were looking to try out a new place to have dinner, I made a reservation at Saddle Peak Lodge. We were hosted by Jordan, who was amiable and made our visit worthwhile thanks to her sweet nature.

We then got to our table, where Henry served us magnificently. He explained the different dishes that we asked for, which made it easier for us to choose what to order.

Moreover, the place had an aesthetically pleasing dining area with scintillating vibes. The dining area has to be one of the best dining areas that we’ve been to.

We soon received our order, and the moment I ate my first bite, I was genuinely delighted to have visited the place. We had Spaghetti Ristichella, Mary’s Chicken Breast, and Caeser Salad.

First up, I had Mary’s Chicken Breast, which had a delicious taste. It had Fingerlings, Chard, Crimini Mushrooms, Cipollini, and Red Wine Jus. The entire dish was delicious and a must-try at Saddle Peak Lodge, I reckon.

In contrast, the Spaghetti Ristichella had White Shrimp, Uni Butter, Chili Flake, and Garlic. My wife loved their spaghetti, so much so that it made her their fan. Lastly, the Caser Salad was also yummy, and it had Endive, Baby Greens, Sherry-Lime Dressing, Garlic Croutons, and Reggiano.

Probably the only thing that I didnt liked in our entire visit was the presentation of salad. It felt as though they just threw the salad over the plate; however, since it had an excellent taste to it, we let them away this time around without much of a complaint.

Saddle Peak Lodge is indeed a place to visit for the foodies out there, especially if you love to have dinner at aesthetic pleasing dining areas with impeccable services

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