Have you ever gone to a restaurant that was highly suggested but once you’re sitting at the table you don’t know what to order?
Some menus can be intimidatingly long, which can be difficult for indecisive people (or people who want it all!) or give vague descriptions of their food.
To help get an idea what’s good where, Park Slope Patch wants to know what you think is the best dish to order.
Today we ask our readers to give us the scoop on ever-changing menu.
Applewood, which is on 11th Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues, serves organic American comfort food with local, sustainably-sourced ingredients.
The restaurant’s menu has included fried chicken and waffles, crispy braised New Hampshire pork belly, grilled grass-finished beef flatiron steak, sautéed Maine sardines, and roasted vegetable pan roast with toasted quinoa.
To see today’s dinner menu, click here. Let us know in the comments what Applewood does best.