Make no error, ele Cake Bistro & Wine Bar at Austin Landing has far more than precisely cakes… not that there would be anything wrong if it were. The shrimp and grits with fried green tomatoes AND bacon are the only proof you need of that, but I will get to that serve in equitable a few moments. As its Dayton Restaurant Week menu demonstrates, ele cake Bistro & Wine Bar is all about spirit.

Like the roughly 50 other restaurants participating in Restaurant Week, ele ‘s limited menu will be available through Sunday, July 31.

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addddd Fish of the Day is part of the Dayton restaurant week menu at ele Cake Bistro & Wine Bar. Photo / Amelia Robinson WHAT YOU’LL GET
The relatively new restaurant at 3680 Rigby Road in Miamisburg offers its bright bibb lettuce and pear salad, a option of two appetizers and a choice of three entrees for $ 25.16 each. Most of the items are available on the restaurant ‘s regular menu, sol restaurant Week presents a good opportunity to sample what the bistro typically offers each flush at a reduce price. The pear salad with its bleu tall mallow, sliced pear, avocado, walnuts and dry cranberries was like summer on a denture.

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addddd A Bibb Pear salad is part of the Dayton restaurant week menu at ele Cake Bistro & Wine Bar. Photo / Amelia Robinson PRO TIPS
We took advantage of the restaurant ‘s hebdomadally “ Wine Down Wednesday ” particular and a ordered a bottle of Paco & Lola “ Lolo ” Albarino ( $ 11 ) with our meal on the restaurant ‘s patio. happy hour is from 3-6 post meridiem Monday through Friday with specials on appetizers, beer, spirits and wine flights.

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BACK TO THOSE EPIC SHRIMP AND GRITS
I am going to get to the highlight of the meal right now. The breaded shrimp and creamy grits on a layer of fry fleeceable tomatoes topped with hollandaise sauce and red pepper puree are american samoa decadent as the description implies. The dish has a little kick back thanks to the piquant shrimp and puree, and that ‘s a very delightful dish. It is savory without being excessively heavy on a ardent nox. It is on the restaurant ‘s dinner menu for $ 11. My dinner companion and I besides tried fried risotto — bum fritters served with a tomato coulis as sauce and parmesan cheese. The bum center was a bonus for this cup of tea, which is on ele ‘s dinner menu for $ 9.

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addddd Fried risotto is part of the Dayton restaurant week menu at ele Cake Bistro & Wine Bar. Photo / Amelia Robinson

THE MAIN EVENT

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addddd Moroccan Lamb Meatballs are part of the Dayton restaurant week menu at ele Cake Bistro & Wine Bar. Photo / Amelia Robinson For our entrees, we went with the Moroccan Lamb Meatballs ( $ 17 on the unconstipated dinner menu ) and the Fish of the Day, a roast salmon served with barbecued asparagus, potatoes and a cucumber relish with a prosecco french dressing. The daily price of the fish of the day meal varies. The restaurant ‘s other entree choice is chicken and gnocchi. The meatballs were lemony and damp, but the potato pancakes and ratatouille — squash, eggplant and chicken bell capsicum — were the real stars of the hearty plate in my book. The potatoes were crispy on the outdoor and nice and creamy inside. The pisces was damp and the cucumber relish and french dressing played well together. We finished our wine on ele ‘s patio and watched the display the sky put on as the sun went down.

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The view from ele Cake Bistro & Wine Bar’s patio. Photo / Amelia Robinson

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