Le Diplomat, on the ever expanding food boulevard of 14th Street, Washington, D.C., is a typical Steven Starr restaurant — and that’s a good thing. What does the human think: From a Johnny-on-the-spot bartender, to balanced cocktails, to the Pittsburgh style steaks, to making a vegetarian dish tasty, this is
What does the human think: The little cat treat is slightly chewy…slightly gritty. It doesn’t really taste like rabbit, but more so generic, crude protein. There is definitly a sweet and yeasty quality. Which is strange, because I thought cat’s couldn’t taste “sweet”… This makes me think it is actually made as
Let’s start with an easy one, chicken, tomato and pasta. What does the human think: It’s not horrible… The chicken some how tastes a little fishy. Pasta passed al dente. Slight tomato taste. But over all, it tastes close to a human quality pasta dish. Even better when heated for a
I’ve eaten pretty much every cuisine. Eaten on every continent.. ok.. except Antarctica… Enjoyed meals from home cooked-to-street vendor-to-gastropub-to-3 Michelin stars. Some meals are great… Some not so much. And the amount you pay is not predictive of the quality. I’ve had $2 chili-cheese dogs better than $40 fancy flops.