Thursday, June 28, 2007

G and M's Classic Crab Cake


I just got back from dinner where I ate the best crab cake in town and in Baltimore, that's saying a lot! Any locals may have already guessed that I ate dinner at G and M Restaurant and Lounge. Nothing beats their golden lumpy crab cakes w/ a little tarter sauce. Mmmmm....

I didn't take any photos because I was lost in conversation with a former coworker but I think the website is self explanatory. Check it out! http://www.gandmcrabcakes.com/ Ialso borrowed the above photo from their helpful website.


I ordered the single crab cake platter for $16.95 which included a small garden salad w/ blue cheese dressing, a baked potato, cole slaw and a delicious lump crab cake. The giant dinner rolls were a little lackluster so I only ate a small portion of the fluffy bread. I managed to take a little home for Johnnycakes to enjoy as well.


I promise to start posting a little more about my cooking and less about our dining out soon! We are in a bit of a funk in the kitchen but I an starting to devise an Independence Day Cookout menu so there should be plenty to share next week.


5 comments:

Crab Cake Guy said...

G&M make great crab cakes, arguably the best in Baltimore. I have been putting together a list of recipes dedicated to Crab Cakes. Next time you cook one up feel free to send me an email with the recipe or try on of our recipes located at: http://www.crabcakeguy.com/diabetic-crab-cake-recipe/

-Thanks for the informative post and great blog. The Crab Cake Guy

Anonymous said...

G&M are for sure the best crab cakes in Maryland....except mine ;_)

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