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Posted by Anonymous on 08/14/2008
I ordered the steak tips, which was advertized as "steak tips atop sliced red onions, cherry tomatoes, peppers and lettuce with buttermilk ranch." I assumed that this meant that the steak would be the main ingredient and the vegetables would be more like a garnish. However, the dish was literally a heap of lettuce with an iota (i.e. about three slivers each) of overcooked tomatoes, peppers and onions. On top of the lettuce heap was about 4 small pieces of meat. At $16 dollars, this slop was exorbitant.
Posted by bianncia on 05/05/2006
I love coming here for lunch. The Black Sheep is located within the first floor of the Kendall Inn, a converted firehouse (+massive addition in back). The atmospheric is country-esque, a little strange for a Kendall Square firehouse, but it is comfortable and pleasant. During warmer days, outdoor seating is available, with shade. Tables are a little cramped, making service at times slow, but the food is delicious, particularly the sandwhichs and homemade chips. The serving size is generous too, making the $11 plate pricey, but worth it for a big lunch.