Trending on Recent OpenTable Restaurant Reviews: Asparagus Salad

asparagus spring Trending on Recent OpenTable Restaurant Reviews: Asparagus Salad
Asparagus is one of the earliest and best spring vegetables!

Spring hasn’t yet officially sprung, but asparagus is springing up at OpenTable restaurants, starring in salads! See what diners are saying about this fresh twist on a perennial favorite in select OpenTable reviews from the last seven days!

Bijoux, Dallas, Texas: “The warm asparagus salad with egg and hollandaise was hands down the best appetizer in Dallas.”

Bouchon, Beverly Hills, California: “We tried things we’d not had before there, like the asparagus salad and the skate. Everything was out-of-this-world incredible.”

Credo, San Francisco, California:  ”I started with the shaved asparagus, homemade mozzarella and roasted red pepper dressed salad. Rich and delicious.”

Fifth Floor, San Francisco, California: “I loved the crab and uni custard, and the asparagus salad.”

* MUA, Oakland, California: “Had a new dish, asparagus salad with frisee, amazing!”

One Market, San Francisco, California: ”The best part of my meal was the grilled asparagus salad I had as a starter. The asparagus was grilled and seasoned perfectly.”

* Trattoria Lisina, Driftwood, Texas: “The asparagus salad was unbelievable-fresh, with wonderful pestos and greens.”

Whisknladle, La Jolla, California: “The asparagus salad is heaven on a plate.”

Yoshi’s, Oakland California: “The server made great recommendations about how to order — plates we could all share: grilled asparagus and seaweed salad, C-Major sushi combination, and the California King Roll… It was all delicious!”

One Response to “Trending on Recent OpenTable Restaurant Reviews: Asparagus Salad”

  1. Allen Nicarry

    One more benefit of asparagus: It contains high levels of the amino acid asparagine, which serves as a natural diuretic, and increased urination not only releases fluid but helps rid the body of excess salts. This is especially beneficial for people who suffer from edema (an accumulation of fluids in the body’s tissues) and those who have high blood pressure or other heart-related diseases. ^

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