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Eden


Eden sign

 

Date night at Eden; Bold American Food.  Date night is alway fun and always much appreciated.  We love getting a date night.  It’s a chance to unwind, relax and talk to each other about anything and everything without being interrupted by “Mommy!”.  You feel me?

Date night

THE VIBE

So, date night at the beach is even better.  We often make our way back to Rehoboth with their many restaurants to try out.  This year, we ended up back at an old favorite: Eden!  Located on Baltimore Avenue, lined with little restaurants up and down the street.  Here at Eden, you can sit outside and dine al fresco, or sit inside under twinkling white lights.  Last night, with a heat advisory looming, we opted to sit inside.

THE FOOD

Here are the deets on our dinner last night.  We started with an appetizer to share.  So many yummy choices, but we ended up with the Braised Duck Spring Rolls.  The dish came with four large, crispy spring rolls with the most wonderful orange gastrique.  The gingered slaw was a perfect ending to this dish.

Braised Duck Spring Rolls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next up, I got the Braised Bison Short Ribs.  This was a hard decision, since there were so many ahhhmazing dishes to choose from, however, this one came highly recommended.  Annnnd, let me tell you, it did not disappoint.  You know when you are so full, but your food is just so darn good that you keep eating, hoping that you can savor every last bite? I give you the Braised Bison Short Ribs.  The cajun aged cheddar grits had just the right amount of heat.  The haricot vests were prepared to perfection.  Oh yeah…those short ribs.  Buttery, fall off the bone, melt in your mouth short ribs.  OHHH. EMM. GEE.

Braised Bison Short Ribs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ok. Whew! I just relived eating those short ribs.  I’m stuffed. But, not too stuffed for dessert.  You always have to make room for dessert.  Always.  I think it’s a law.  It was really hard for me to turn my back on the Key Lime Pie, but I did. I did it for the Black and Blue Cobbler.  It was light, fluffy, yet dense and dreamy.  My only regret? Sharing it with my hubby.  Sometimes, I want it all for myself!

Black and Blue Cobbler

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To sum it all up, I hop you can see why this place is amazing.  The atmosphere is sophisticated and romantic.  The food never disappoints.  The service is fantastic.  Looking forward to our next visit.  http://www.edenrestaurant.com