Had such an amazing dining experience at Lulu’s Place on Noble Street, located in the Stewart Building. The atmosphere in this place is perfect. We were sitting at the table and my friend Derek came up to wait on us, so I knew the service would be flawless and it was. We were greeted with house made herb and onion ficcata bread served with a whipped butter spread. When the bread on the table is that good you know you’re in for a treat. We wanted to start off with an appetizer and after looking through some tough choices we ordered the Crab Dip. It was a combination of my favorite food (Crab Meat) with a blend of chesses. It was seasoned perfectly with a blend of Old Bay and their own House Blend Seasoning. It was served with grilled Crostinis. What an amazing way to start dinner!
I was thrilled when Derek told me the Catch of the Day was Grilled Swordfish. Swordfish, when cooked properly, is one of my favorite Seafood Dishes. We ordered a couple of glasses of Wine to go with the meal and per suggestion they paired very well. The Swordfish came on top of an orange and fennel salad topped with orange gastric. This salad really brought out the flavor of the Grilled Swordfish. The first bit melted in my mouth and each bite only got better! Chef T and his kitchen really knocked this dinner out of the park.
My better half had the flat iron steak topped with house made bruschetta and balsamic glaze. For her side’s she had housemade garlic mash potatoes and grilled asparagus. There are very few times she can clean a plate but let’s just say we didn’t have a to-go box going home. I did sneak a bite and it was fabulous. I am so thankful we have such an amazing Restaurant in Anniston. We had such a phenomenal dining experience. I highly recommend you and yours go experience them for yourselves.