Hubs and I recently had dinner at the Fourth Street Grill at the Millennium Hotel in St. Louis. As we waited for our dinner, I noticed a bunny munching on his…
So THAT’s where the flowers went!
Fortunately, the bunny isn’t the only one that enjoyed his dinner!
I was a bit disappointed because they had switched their seasonal menu from the menu available online, and I was unable to get the Chicken Roma dish that I had been looking forward to. Our server recommended another chicken dish alternative, and for the life of me, I can’t recall the name. The chicken was cooked well, and the grilled artichokes were delish. I wish I had asked for the cream sauce on the side, as I know I blew my calorie budget on this meal. The mashed potatoes were about like my homemade mashed potatoes… meh (Hubs makes the mashed potatoes around here!)
Hubs enjoyed a sandwich and fresh Parmesan potato chips. His chips were a little overcooked, but still good.
While we did enjoy our dinner, and we would eat at the Fourth Street Grill again if we happened to be at The Millennium, we wouldn’t go out of our way to go eat dinner there. The food was good and the atmosphere was okay, but it really was just a decent meal with a view of the Arch. KWIM? And, we have restaurants that are closer to us that are great. KWIM?
If we do go back, I think I would try the Sesame Tuna or the Three “B” Salad.
***This review was unsolicited. All opinions are my own.***