Trending on OpenTable Restaurant Reviews: Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs Trending on OpenTable Restaurant Reviews: Deviled EggsI have a confession to make. I grew up detesting deviled eggs. Sad, but true. The idea of anything deviled sounded awful to mini me (particularly deviled ham). Fortunately, my husband loves deviled eggs (and quite possibly deviled ham. I can’t even talk about it.) and ordered the sublime version served at Blue Smoke in Manhattan. I promptly stole one, and it was everything I love about eggs and more. Curry! Spice! Tarragon-y tanginess! So, now I am happily addicted to deviled eggs. They pair perfectly with a cold martini (What doesn’t, really?), and they’re packed with protein, making them the perfect appetizer. Chefs are putting their own unique spins on ‘em, incorporating ingredients from caviar to truffles — and everything in between. Find out what OpenTable diners are saying about these tasty treats. 

Beatrix, Chicago, Illinois:The potato salad deviled eggs were great.”

* Bistro St. Michaels, Saint Michaels, Maryland: “Some appetizers are unique, especially the deviled eggs with pork belly.”

Ebbitt Room, Cape May, New Jersey: “Trio of deviled eggs appetizer was also fabulous. Quite unique.”

The Farm Cafe, Portland, Oregon: “The salads were all good as were the deviled eggs with smoked trout and lamb bacon.”

The Farmers’ Cabinet, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: “My personal favorites were the cheese plate, the duck deviled eggs, and the scallops.”

La Pulperia, New York, New York: “They have a deviled egg dish that was so good I ordered another one. It has tuna tartar, jalapeno sauce, egg, and cucumber. Sooo good:).”

Mason’s at Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, Nashville, Tennessee: “Ate at the restaurant three times in three days and loved it each time. Best deviled eggs I’ve ever had (twice).”

Merchant’s Restaurant, Nasvhille, Tennessee: “The deviled eggs were set atop a local-made bread and butter pickle instead of having it mixed into the filling. It was a welcome changed to the standard egg.”

Noah’s, Greenport, New York: “Loved the crab deviled eggs”

Ocean Prime, Denver, Colorado: “We had the caviar and truffle deviled eggs (not your grandma’s deviled eggs!) for an app. Everything was fresh and delicious. ”

Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, Dallas, Texas: “We especially enjoyed the deviled eggs with lobster for an appetizer”

Park Tavern, San Francisco, California: “We had corn soup, Brussels sprout chips, and smoked deviled egg — all exceptional!”

Pine Restaurant-Hanover Inn Dartmouth, Hanover, New Hampshire: “Probably the best deviled eggs I’ve ever had.”

Post & Beam, Los Angeles, California: “For appetizers, I got the catfish deviled eggs. Amazing flavor! ”

* Reserve, Kansas City, Missouri: “Apps hit the mark — truffled deviled eggs were pure comfort.”

* Rustico, Arlington, Virginia: “We started off with the deep fried deviled eggs with caperberry remoulade. These were seriously amazing. ”

Silo, Nashville, Tennesee: “We started with the chef’s deviled eggs: a surprise trio of really innovative fillings like sriracha peanut. Incredible! ”

Stampede 66, Dallas, Texas: “Everything was delicious, but our favorites were the honey-fried chicken and the deviled eggs, which came with a surprising twist  –  Pop Rocks!”

* Wine Market Bistro, Baltimore, Maryland: “Love the spicy deviled eggs!”

* Wisteria, Atlanta, Georgia: “Great local Southern food, including pimento cheese deviled eggs, served with homemade pickled okra.”

 

 

 

 

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