Our second course was pan roasted flounder with lump crab cake, potato and beet puree. This fish was flown in fresh from the gulf, and you could taste it. It was seasoned and cooked simply, letting the flavor of the flounder shine. The potato was really tasty and had just a little bit of crisp edges. I'm always a sucker for a perfect potato. But he best part of his dish was the crab cake. It had a solid flavor and you could really get at the chunks of crab. I would be remiss if I didn't mention the surprise joy I had when finding a tad bit of kick to the beet puree! I was afraid that it might be a bit bitter much like raw beet juice, but this was thick and had nice spice.
All in all, I was pleased with my dinner at Watermark. I know that this was a special event, but everything was handled with care and you can really tell that the chefs and staff care about what they do. I'm really excited to come back, sit on that lovely patio, and order something off the regular menu!
** While dinner and drinks were complimentary, the opinions are 100% real and my own***