This weekend we were took time to visit Air Victory Museum. It was fun. it’s a small Museum in Lumberton, NJ. Totally worth the visit.
After our visit I used Trip Advisor to find a good place to have lunch. John and Molly’s was rate #1 for the area.
It didn’t disappoint. The portions were huge. The food was good and best of all they had French Onion Soup on the menu.
This FOS was super tasty. I’m always excited when I see a place has prime rib on the menu because they tend to have the best FOS. This soup was super awesome! I was prepared to move it to the #1 FOS I’ve ever had. I now think it’s tied for # with the Rio Station in Wildwood, NJ.
Check out John & Molly’s for some tasty foods!
It’s been a while since I’ve had French Onion Soup. Which, in general, makes me sad. This weekend we went to Yard House for the first time. They had FOSP so of course I had to get it.
The portion was a little small but the presentation was nice. It used good bread and was packed with flavor. This one placed high on my FOSP meter. Give it a try if you are there!
We went to a local place over the weekend for some tasty treats. MaGerk’s is a pub like atmosphere with Draft beers but also offers a Seafood Steampot. I highly recommend the Cheese Steak Nachos!
French Onion Soup was on the menu so of course I must take the challenge and get it. It was very good.
It wasn’t too salty and the cheese was perfect. I’m not a fan of Sharp Provolone cheese on my FOS and was very happy this fair didn’t have any of that. The cheese was perfectly melted and the bread in the broth was just the right amount. There is nothing worse than breaking through the cheese to find one wet piece of bread and no broth. Kudos Chef at MaGerk’s. You’ve done a fine job!
On the FOSP meter I give it a solid 4+’s
I recently went to dinner with my Sister at PJ Whelihan’s. Since they had FOS on the menu I had to get it.
It was a very tasty fare. They use more than one type of cheese and as long as the cheese isn’t bitter I’m good. It was a tasty broth too. I would totally get this again.
Not a FOS matter but they have delectable Pot Stickers too 😉
I had FOS when we were out and I can’t remember where it was we were but I do remember the soup.
I am wanting to say this is Chillis but I’m not sure. It was definitely one of the Chain restaurants.
It wasn’t bad. It wasn’t as beefy as I like it but they used Provolone cheese not Swiss so that was a good thing. It just makes me want to got to Wildwood for some Rio Station FOS. Now that’s super yummy!
We recently found this new place near where we live called Harry’s Taproom. They specialize in Bacon and Bacon associated recipes. Very, very tasty morsels indeed! They have French Onion Soup on the menu so of course I ordered it.
The broth was very good. The same goes for the bread. My only issue was the Sharp Provolone Cheese they used on top. I’ve never been a fan of bitter cheeses and Sharp Provolone is such a cheese. For me the cheese over powered the broth.
I know that everyone who loves sharp cheese would find this soup delightful. That said…
I, of course ate the entire soup. Waste not, want not!
The bacon sampler was awesome! How can you not like bacon! I heart it very much 🙂
Bacon and cheddar dip is a favorite of our group. So creamy and delicious!
This is a bacon, cheddar steak sandwich. Amazing flavors topped with bacon. Genius I tell you…pure genius!
We recently started going to a local restaurant. I hadn’t been there since they opened like 100 years ago (okay maybe not that long). I forgot how tasty their food is and it’s been nice to try some new things.
They have French Onion Soup on the menu so of course I had to try it! It was good. I think I would give it higher praise if it was coated with mozzarella or provolone cheese instead of swiss. The broth wasn’t too salty (yay) and the bread was perfect. I didn’t mind the swiss cheese that much but I’m like…well I’m a cheese snob.
This is funny because I’m lactose intolerant and eat so little of it that to be a cheese snob is sort of ludicrous, lol. Hey I’m ludicrous 🙂
Over all I think I could move this FOS to about #3 on my over all list. Still holding the #1 ranking is Rio Station, Wildwood, New Jersey.
We went to a new restaurant that had some tasty morsels to offer. As you know I’ve been in search of the bestest French Onion Soup in the world. If it’s on the menu when we go someplace new I get it. The new place is called “The Metropolitan”.
They do not call this FOS at the Metropolitan. They call it Truffled Five Onion Soup. I found it to be a fancy name for French Onion Soup. But I digress.
The soup was delicious. It had all the standard fair of FOS but with the slightest bit of mushroom in it. Thankfully it didn’t overrun the taste of the Onion Soup part.
The flavors were all there and it had the bread at the bottom like FOS with the melted cheese on top. I’m going to give this a 4-star rating out of 5. I ordered other food but after having the Onion Soup and the wedge blue cheese salad I was quickly filling up.
My main course was a flatbread cheesesteak with the best fries I’ve ever eaten. I was extremely filled by my soup and salad choice that I didn’t really eat my sandwich then. I brought it home and reheated it for lunch. It was very good. It was an interesting take on the Philly Cheesesteak.
Wonder Woman got the Grilled Reuben sandwich also with sweet potato fries. I loved that the menu read like the food list on Chopped. Very cool 😉 We enjoyed all of our picks. My only comment would be that I need to go back so that I can actually eat my food there, lol. I get too filled to quickly, lol.
We were recently in New Jersey which is home to the best French Onion Soup I’ve ever had and of course we stopped in and I had a bowl of scrumdiliousness!
I’m not sure where I would put this on the scale of FOS yet but here is a tasty FOS from Dawson’s Restaurant.