At a friend’s recommendation I decided to give Morganfield’s a try. It’s located at Gurney Paragon Mall and isn’t difficult to find. Its signature dish is Sticky Bones® — a “truly authentic, old-fashioned prime pork rib slow-cooked and smoked in coal and hickory wood to a tender mouthwatering perfection, then basted with the gluey sweet and tangy hickory flavored barbeque sauce with a hint of cider.” This I gotta try—and I wasn’t disappointed.
Some interior shots of the restaurant below.
(Above) It was fortunate that I decided to skip the appetizers and just went with the Sticky Bones. I ordered a half-slab and prep time is about 15 minutes. It comes with a generous serving of coleslaw and fries. Needless to say the meat was juicy, tender, and succulent. One bite and you’re hooked!
(Below) An apron is provided so one doesn’t make a pig of himself or herself. I love the slogan!
(Above) The aftermath. I didn’t think too highly about the fries—some of them were as hard as stone. Next time I’ll opt for mash potatoes instead.
(Below) After resting for a few minutes I ordered their chocolate lava cake. It’s a generous helping with a large scoop of vanilla ice cream. Glorious!
Morganfield’s isn’t what I’ll exactly call cheap, but the quality of the food is worth it. Furthermore, I got a 15% discount because I paid by credit card—whoopty doo!Tags: Canon 18-135mm IS zoom lens, Canon 580EX II Speedlite, EOS 550D, Morganfield's