17Hundred90 Restaurant

I was looking forward to a nice meal before our ghost tour in Savannah.  I wanted to be near where we had to meet the tour guide and then I remembered 170Hundred90.  It was less than a five minute walk to the cemetery to meet our guide.  We had made our reservation on open table a week prior and were seated quickly.  The hostess was not the most welcoming person but our server was quick and pleasant.

While we were in Savannah there was a summer restaurant week promotion.  One of the locations was 17hundred 90 and they offered three courses on a fixed menu for $30.

17hundred 90 Savannah

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  • Restaurant Week 2016
Starters
Lemon Mint Tabbouleh
Tomatoes, cucumbers and Israeli couscous Combined with baby arugula and a minted lemon vinaigrette, topped with feta cheese and served with toast Points.
Entrees
Georgia Peach Chicken
Pan seared, marinated airline chicken, topped with Georgia peaches, Pecanwood bacon, spinach, roma tomatoes and toasted pecans. Served with pineapple coconut rice.
Desserts
Chocolate Bomb
Flourless chocolate torte served cool and Drizzled with chocolate and raspberry sauce.
Each course was very good, I really enjoyed the chicken.  Daughter chose instead to order off the menu for her meal. She started with Shrimp and Grits, then shrimp and scallop scampi and finished with a chocolate bomb.  Our food was tasty but I am not sure if I would go back.  Something was just off, maybe because we were the youngest guests with Daughter being a teenager.  Not sure but we both felt the same way when we talked about it the next day. Maybe it was an off night or the influence of the great meal we had the next night.

BRUNCH : Saturday & Sunday  11:00 a.m to 2:00 p.m

DINNER : Nightly  5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.

 

More information and menu here: http://17hundred90.com/menus/

 

 

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