Red Brick Station Restaurant
8149 Honeygo Blvd
Did you ever wonder when a brick and mortar family restaurant would offer new dishes that were not microwaveable? Well, the Red Brick Station in White Marsh is exactly what your looking for. Their menu was innovative and different. I was there the other day for lunch and I was pleasantly surprised by the various array of menu items.
What caught my interest was the "Bangers and Mash", a traditional Irish cuisine. It was very good. The dish had 3 nice size sausages, a nice helping on mash potato and a onion brown gravy. The flavor was good but I do miss the slightly grilled sausage.
I give the Red Brick Station a 4 out of 5. What's even more interesting when you walk into the entrance area, a big sign showing what the restaurant is doing to recycling and using environmental biodegradable hardware. They are a part of the solution and its a start. For that I give them a 5 out of 5.
The place is very clean and well taken care of from a management standpoint.
I will visit this place again and try another interesting dish.
What is missing is that these restaurant corporations are concerned with only one thing. Sales! How to make a dish using the cheapest ingredients with a nice profit margin. What is missing is the "passion" of preparing the meal itself. Getting involved in the actual preparation but I know that labor cost money and its a shame because if customers got food that was made with passion, they would taste all the difference in the world. and just maybe see their sales skyrocket!
By Chef Woo Can at www.chefwoocan.com