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Did you know….
In 1980, the first Elephant Bar Restaurant opened to the delight of David Nancarrow, and his son Chris. The idea was simple; provide a comfortable and unique place to escape from the stress of everyday life, to relax and enjoy a fun, casual dining experience.
Over the years, the food offering has become the star of the restaurant, with bold Pan Asian flavor experiences and popular recipes from around the world (elephantbar.com/aboutus)
Cajun Chicken, Kona BBQ Pork Ribs, SHRIMP & CHICKEN JAMBALAYA
Whether it’s lunch time, dinner time or time for a drink and appetizers Elephant Bar has a great atmosphere and tasty vittles to enlighten your palate.
My fiance and I have been here multiple times over the years and they have never let us down so we keep coming back.
We used to come strictly for the Shrimp and Chicken Jambalaya but today we wanted to try something different so time to take a journey to dive into the abyss of exciting tasty creations.
Since we have dined at the Elephant Bar for many years off and on we have noticed changes in the menu here and there but today we saw an entirely new menu.
There were so many choices it blew my mind and it actually made it difficult to order. My mind was on a roller coaster ride and I needed to settle it down. I hope they tone the menu down to what they are experts in so we can get the best of the best only on the list.
Anywhooo… I figured what better way to enjoy a sunny afternoon than to have a rack of ribs winking at me! You can never go wrong with that choice!
So I go with the St. Louis-style half rack, double basted ribs with tropical Kona BBQ sauce and caramelized apples with a choice of two sides. The sides list was huge so I just stuck with fries and a salad but keep in mind you have many items that will fit your fancy.
Once I received the plate, the aroma of delicacy and sweetness fill the air. I take a bite and the meat is almost falling off the bone. The pork is so tender it shredded in my mouth before I could even start chewing.
Every bite gave me a sensation of elegance and happiness! True live action eating!
Now to jump into my fiance’s dish which I had to taste to make sure I can tell you guys about it. 🙂
She ordered the Cajun Chicken dish which was a grilled chicken breast with Cajun spice, Bourbon street rice with Andouille sausage and sautéed spinach.
The flavor took me on a Creole ride to satisfaction and bliss! The combination of Bourbon street rice and Andouille sausage was borderline jambalaya then stepping into the bite of the savory spinach brought a calm to this wonderful light tasty inferno in your mouth. Good job Elephant Bar!
Thanks for joining me on today’s adventure! I look forward to speaking with you on the next run! Keep hope alive!
Eating is an enjoyable way of life.Live it..Learn it..Love it!
Trevis Dampier Sr.
elephantbar.com/aboutus (2015) Founding Of The Concept Retrieved from http://www.elephantbar.com/aboutus