We had a delightful dinner with friends at the new Volcano Hot Stone Grill in Gainesville. We started dinner with salads and meatball soup. The soup was rich and creamy with tasty meatballs.
My main course was the Blueberry Chicken. It was cooked perfectly with just a hint of blueberry. The menu describes the dish as:
Panko and blueberry flour dusted chicken breast filled with a red wine mascarpone cheese. Pan seared, with a whole grain mustard beurre blanc served with mesclun greens, heirloom tomatoes and parsnips with a chardonnay vinaigrette.
Dessert was a wonderful Chocolet S’mores made with milk chocolate, graham cracker crumbs and mini marshmallows.
Our waitress Tammy was very knowledgable and attentive. The decor is modern with a high noise level. The hot stone grill concept is unique and entertaining. Several meat dishes are brought to the table seared on one side and cooking on a lava brick heated to over 500 degrees.
The entrees are moderatly priced. Two entrees, soups, teas and desserts came to just over $80 with tip. We are looking forward to going back soon.