The Food Gang isn't what it thinks it is. It thinks it is an informal gathering spot for gastronomists to enjoy simple, unpretentious meals at affordable prices. Yet witness the Maine lobster paella: a succulent tail and claw draped atop a pan-fried, puck-shaped disc of saffron rice studded with chorizo and "English peas" (a pompous name for the common green variety). A puddle of buttery lobster sauce is pooled around the rice, and though the promised roasted peppers are missing, it's a tasty enough dish. Wouldn't it have been simpler and less pretentious, though, had they just cooked the rice fresh upon order and served it steaming... More >>>