We headed over to the Lucky Dill Deli for dinner tonight. I noticed it across the street when we got sushi the other night. It was fairly crowded for a Sunday evening. I’m not sure if it was a good thing or a bad thing, but we were seated next to the dessert counter. I just wanted to skip dinner and fill up on pastries.
The rolls brought to the table were fresh and tasty.
If you’ve read this blog before, you know by now if there’s mac & cheese on the menu, I gotta try it.
This was a huge bowl of homemade mac & cheese. It had some really good flavors, but it wasn’t heated all the way through. It also needed some more liquid in it. It was quite solid and not very creamy. The parmesean cheese on top was very strong. If you got a bite with it, that’s all you tasted.
I ordered the cheeseburger sliders, thinking it wouldn’t be that much food. I was wrong.
Three thick cheeseburger sliders with fries. I don’t think I’ve ever had sliders where the meat was this thick. They had good flavor, but were a little dry.
Loren ordered the chicken kabobs.
The chicken wasn’t very tender and the knife he had was very dull. At one point, while trying to cut a piece, it slid off the plate along with much of his rice. He said it tasted ok and the veggie side with it was tasty.
Since he ordered a drink, he got a free dessert and chose the raspberry cheesecake.
We were so full, that we got it to go. It was very creamy. I also ordered a napoleon to go as well. Granted, there were about a dozen desserts that tempted me, but I settled for just one.
The chocolate ganache topping on this was excellent and the cream was rich and tasty too. I didn’t like the pastry layers in between though. They were very dry.
Total dinner with desserts was $24 and we both had leftovers. We were amazed at the size of some of the sandwiches being served around us. You definitely get your money’s worth here.
Lucky Dill Deli
2800 Alt 19 N
Palm Harbor, FL