Sunday, May 13, 2012
For me entree, I did pick something that is a favorite of mine in other restaurants, duck. The duck portion of the dish was a Seared Duck Breast. The duck breast was served with Asparagus, Rice Pilaf, and a Lingonberry Sauce. The duck was good, and the sauce provided a nice tartness. The asparagus was also nice and fresh. The rice was prepared well and tasted good but it wasn't exceptionally exciting. While I love duck, the potato pancakes were better.
When I looked at the dessert menu, I saw what I wanted immediately. I ordered the Lemon Tart. When it came out, it looked very nice. It had a sliced strawberry, blueberries, and a whipped cream topping. The fruits were crisp and juicy and tasted as if they were just picked. That unfortunately, was the best part of the dessert. While the lemon part of the tart tasted good, in my opinion, a tart should be fairly firm, whereas this was like pudding. The crust didn't taste bad but it was kind of tough so it was a bit difficult to keep the tart and the crust together when it was cut into bite sized pieces.
Tre Kronor was very friendly and there were several other things on the menu besides what I ordered that looked good. I don't know if I would order dessert the next time I return but the food, atmosphere, and service do warrant a return trip.