The prime rib was seasoned very well and cooked to medium – although they didn’t ask what temperature I preferred which was a little strange. The meat was tender and delicious. The demi-glaze was actually not needed and thank goodness for that because it was extremely thick and was overly sweet – more syrupy than jus. The asparagus and mushroom were perfectly seasoned and a great compliment to the beef. I was so excited about having Yorkshire Pudding after seeing it made many times on TV but never trying for myself. Well… I was disappointed. It was thick & dense; unlike what they should be. It should be almost like a cloud light and fully but crispy and buttery on the outside. So my search continues to taste a yummy Yorkshire Pudding - maybe one day.
The trout was prepared lovely with the skin still on. Light and fresh great combination of elements, perfect for a Sunday lunch.
After our main course, we were off to the dessert buffet. They have it set up in the dining room for you to help yourself. A good selection: pecan pie, chocolate chip cookies, brownies, lemon bars, and lemon coconut cake. We sampled a little of almost everything… what? We had to try it. The pecan pie was my favorite but I can’t say that any of them were amazing. But at that point we had plenty of food so just a bite of sweet is all you really need but for y’all I had more than just a bite. I know, you can thank me later.
We’ve been to The Liberty multiple times and for the most part always enjoy it. But there does seem to be one or two things that keep it from being a full four stars.
Have you been there? What did you think? If not go and do tell! Are you big fan of Tom Condron formerly with the Harper group?