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Letter to the Editor

Daily Grill dishes class

When entering a restaurant with a title such as Daily Grill, my family and I expected an upscale, high-priced dining experience. What my family received was a classy American grill with moderate prices for a three course meal.

Located in Park Place in northwest Fresno, the Daily Grill originally opened as the Grill on the Alley in Beverly Hills. For their one-year anniversary on Nov 5, management will offer special cards with the chance to win food, airfare and gift cards.

?Our goal is to bring high quality food at a reasonable price,” Christian Joy, assistant manager, said. “We aim to be a casual-fine dinning experience where people can come in wearing shorts and sandals. We are also encouraging families to come since we added a children’s menu.”

The aura of the restaurant brings truth to its casual yet fine dining aspect. Along with linen table cloths the softly illuminated lights complimented the relaxed atmosphere. The tall booth’s long table provided a sense of privacy although there were tables right next to our table. The background music contained a wide variety of bands from OneRepublic to

The continuous service we received kept the prestige of the restaurant. The waitresses and waiters never let my family’s water glasses become empty. They also took away our plates as soon as we finished eating.

When we got our appetizer of popcorn shrimp, the plate came with a generous helping of the seafood. For $11, the shrimp was perfectly breaded yet still very fresh. The side salad we ordered was well presented with quartered tomatoes, sliced radish, mixed greens and candied walnuts.

Finally, after a short wait, our main course came out with bountiful proportions. My dad’s order of fish and chips ($16.50), which came with a salty and tart mix of Remoulade sauce, malt vinegar and cole slaw, had a unique flavor. My dad gave me a piece of his fish and to my surprise it was a close match to my $29 New York Steak. The 12 oz. steak came out on a blazing hot plate and melted in my mouth.

My mom’s order of meat loaf ($16.75) came with a large mound of mashed potatoes covered in a buttery gravy. The light and fluffy mashed potatoes complimented the thick and hearty meat loaf.

After we finished our meal, our waitress offered us dessert. Once we looked it over, my family decided to get the chef’s featured dessert of a hazelnut cr

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    Lexie EllisMay 17, 2010 at 6:59 am

    I look so bad. haha… love art class, especially with Rachel; we always have fun.