Saturday, April 9, 2011

Delicious Cusk (Brosme Brosme) at Bob and Ron's



I was over at Bob and Ron's on Central Ave. the other day. As I have stated, the Wife is currently incubating my next minion (i.e. she is preggers), so there been having wicked jones' for certain food items. Fried shrimp and scallops seem to be high on the list, and for a quick take out version Bob and Ron's is the place to go around here.

Anyhow, I have been in there a million times and always forget to grab a couple pictures of the "decor." I finally snapped a picture of one of my favorite items.



This terrifying sea-beast stares at you with disapproval from the wall near the counter while you eat his brethren. He is labeled "Cusk (Brosme Brosme). Fish Used in Bob & Ron's Fish Fry." I like to order the fish fry and while eating it say with relish, "Mmmm... The Cusk is good today. Nothing like some tender Cusk." Anyhow, nothing like a horrifying, mounted, sea-snake beast thing to whet your appetite for seafood.

Suddenly..., A SCALLOP!!!!



That is all for now.

1 comment:

  1. Ah, cusk.

    Seems to be the talk of the town these days. One of the problems I think in evaluating Bob & Ron's Fish Fry is that the fish is ever changing.

    Sometimes cusk, sometimes cod, sometimes haddock. And those are just the ones I've observed directly in my occasional trips to this long standing Albany institution.

    It is nice however, that they are entirely upfront with what you are eating.

    Nothing quite like looking your meal in the eyes.

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