Snax N The City.

Snax N The City: Mēlange

   A couple of weeks ago, I visited a place that I haven’t been to in YEARS, Ann Arbor, for a birthday dinner for my friend, Mi Joi.

Obviously I love her to bits cause I NEVER go Ann Arbor. Not because I don’t like it, just cause…I just don’t.

But in hindsight, it’s kind of ass-backward since they have all the cool food spots, no?

Hm.

Anyway.

We went to a restaurant called Mēlange. Now, my first thought was, “they have a sushi menu, this must be a sushi spot. COOL.”

nah.

They had wayyy more on the menu and it was so lit.

Literally. The menu lit up when you opened it.

I’d never seen anything like it cause I’m basic and easily amused.

But besides that, looking at the menu, sushi wasn’t looking like the move anymore.

So I proceeded to order a ~half~ order of duck nachos as an appetizer.

O BICH.

THOSE FUCKING NACHOS.

BREH.

  

Hoisin glazed duck confit, manchego cheese, guacamole, sriracha sour cream, tomatoes and scallions, served in wonton chips.

so perfect.

I love how each ingredient was topped onto each chip cause I hate a skimpy ass nacho, nahmsayin.

For my entrée, I decided to try the saffron lobster ravioli cause I’m a creature of habit.

This dish consisted of lobster ravioli tossed in white wine and garlic sauce with shallots, leeks and lemon juice.

C’est magnifique.

And now for another one.

My sweet tooth has been off the charts, lately cause like I said in one of my last posts, I never eat dessert.

But bitches be hungry as fuck.

Did it anyway.

I decided to try the creme brûlée because I always hear people rave about it and I’d never tried it before.

 

Adhering to foodie traditions, I lightly tapped the top to feel the hardened sugar crust.

Monumental moment, guys.

It wasn’t bad but I’m not a *huge* fan of pudding, custardy (is that a word? Idc) type shit.

Overall, I enjoyed this place. It was nice as hale and the food was awesome!

Mēlange: 312 S Main St, Ann Arbor, MI, 48104

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This entry was written by wondaglenda and published on February 3, 2016 at 5:04 pm. It’s filed under food. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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