Who doesn't like a grilled Cheese sandwich, right? That's why we decided to try Grilled Cheese & Co. in Catonsville with our family.
The cool thing about the restaurant is that when you walk in, the menu is prominently painted on the wall.
The restaurant's interior consists of about nine small tables and a counter to place your orders. Although the inside of the restaurant is small, don't let it fool you. Great things come out of the kitchen.
|The ordering counter|
|Cream of tomato basil soup|
While there were soup and salad options, the majority of our family ordered the Grill Cheese and Co. namesake that comes in more than 10 varieties including the Crabby Melt (the most popular), Smashed Meatballs, Blue Ox and Sweetest Thing.
However, my grandfather ordered a cup of the home-made cream of tomato basil soup as an appetizer. The soup was presented with a mountain of parmesan cheese and crouton toppings which made an excellent presentation. My grandfather liked the soup, especially the heavy hint of basil.
We ordered a variety of sandwiches, each one was a large portion and grilled to a light brown crisp.
|My grandmother enjoyed the Fresco - fresh mozzarella, provolone cheese, fire roasted red peppers, basil pesto & finished with balsamic glaze. |
|Kick'n BBQ Chicken|
|White and sweet potato shoestring fries were |
I'm a big fan of BBQ, so I tried the Kick'n BBQ
chicken grilled cheese. I didn't disappoint. All the
gooey goodness of the pepper jack cheese,
diced onions and sweet BBQ sauce. It was
|Cordon Blue Swiss|
My mom said it was packed with flavor. She loved the way the roasted veggies infused with the black pepper aioli.
Charles and my grandfather ordered the Cordon Bleu Swiss, smoked ham, swiss cheese & grilled chicken finished with dijon mustard sauce. This too was a clever combination that sent their taste buds on a one-way train to pleasure town.