Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Rembrandt's

Some friends were coming in from the suburbs to hang out, eat and drink. I was sort of feeling like venturing into the city, but mostly feeling lazy. It was also threatening to rain, so we skipped waiting for a cab and made the quick walk from my house to Rembrandt's. I've raved before about the hummus & flatbread as well as the happy hour. But today I'm going to rave about cheese.
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This is the Artisan Cheese plate at Rembrandt's. Huge right? So much more cheese and accompaniments than I would have expected for $10.95. Unfortunately for you all, my cheese palate is unsophisticated. Don't get me wrong, I love cheese. But I cannot discern between cheeses I've never tasted before, therefore I can't tell you what variety of cheese we inhaled that night. But I can tell you, I had a nice tall mojito while doing it.

In addition to three types of cheese and crackers, the plate was filled with olives, figs, oranges, strawberries, marinated mushrooms, grapes and fresh honeycomb!
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This was an attempt at a close-up of the oozing honeycomb, but it seems the mojitos got the better of me that night, so all you get is this lousy blurry picture.

Rembrandt's in Philadelphia

3 Comments:

  1. Georgia said...
    Delicious cheese and mojitos, how could you go wrong??? This place looks awesome - I am practically drooling over my keyboard (maybe I should eat lunch).
    Randi said...
    wow, looks awesome! i love cheese plates. i'll make the hike up there before i move out of the city for sure.
    sher said...
    Wow! That's some cheese plate. The honeycomb....Homer Simpson moment. Drool!

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