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Restaurant Review for Melt Kitchen and Bar , restaurant in Greensboro, North Carolina

Updated on April 6, 2018
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The duck club sandwich at Melt Kitchen and Bar in Greensboro, North Carolina is delicious

Restaurant Review for Melt Kitchen and Bar in Greensboro, North Carolina

Restaurant Review for Melt Kitchen and Bar in Greensboro, North Carolina

If you live in Greensboro, North Carolina or visit Greensboro, North Carolina, then Melt Kitchen and Bar would be a nice restaurant for you to visit sometime, especially for Sunday brunch. With one wall fully lined in transparent glass, a lot of sunshine comes into the space with this large window effect. You might feel a lot of sun coming in on to you right at the table that you are sitting at. We did. At first, we thought about having our table changed, thinking that we were getting too much sun at the table that we were seated at. Nevertheless, we remained where we were, adjusted our seats a little bit a started to really enjoy the pleasant, warm and ‘sunshiny’ experience.

At Melt Kitchen and Bar restaurant, several chalkboards are used to little the various specials being offered. For example, on our recent visit, even though we did not order dessert, we were able to see that the dessert of the day, being offered at a special price, was key lime pie.

On our recent visit to Melt Kitchen and Bar, we went for Sunday brunch, on Easter Sunday actually. Many people were stopping by the restaurant after church services, wearing their ‘Sunday best” and everyone was pleasant and cordial, wishing each other a Happy Easter. Bottomless (refillable) mimosas were being offered for $9 and Bloody Mary drinks were also being taken to many of the tables. We saw some of the various entrees that were being taken to tables as well and everything looked very enticing. For example, although we did not order the French toast with strawberries, it was looking oh so delicious as it was being taken to another table.

What we did decide to order for our entrees were pimento bacon cheeseburger and a duck club sandwich as well as duck fat fries which are offered at Melt Kitchen and Bar as either an appetizer for $6.95 or a side with the entrée.

Bacon pimento cheeseburger with duck fat fries , served at Melt Kitchen and Bar restaurant in Greensboro, North Carolina

Delicious duck fat fries at Melt Kitchen and Bar in Greensboro, North Carolina

Duck is a meat that I really enjoy eating and it is not typically available at most restaurants so I thought that I would go ahead and enjoy it a Melt Kitchen and Bar. Both of my sons have also seemed to truly enjoy pimento cheese sauce in the past so I thought that they might like the type of cheeseburger that features pimento cheese and indeed, they did like it very much. What they liked the most though, were the sides of mac and cheese and duck fat fries. They really liked those duck fat fries a lot and so did I.

Generally, you can get a really nice entrée at this restaurant for around $11.95 or $12.95. Presentation of the food is lovely and a bit on the unique side in steel trays lined with tissue paper or wax paper. There are cute little live plants on each dining table and beverages are served in large thick glasses.

Some of the patrons at the restaurant choose to sit at the bar while others sit at the small dining tables arranged around the floor.

Overall, dining a Melt Kitchen and Bar was a very pleasant experience. On this particular day, everyone around us was smiling and in a great mood, exchanging pleasantries and the servers were very polite and helpful. They seemed to enjoy their jobs and contributions to make sure that all of the patrons were having a pleasant dining experience and thought that the food was tasty. They would ask, “How is everything?” and everything was great!

© 2018 Nyesha Pagnou MPH


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