Lynn's has a new chef and a neew menu as well

TABLE TALK

June 01, 2000|By Elizabeth Large | Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic

When I reviewed Lynn's at 554 E. Fort Ave. this spring, about the only critical thing I said was, "It's an expensive restaurant for a blue-collar neighborhood."

Now that's changed with the arrival of a new chef, 28-year-old Charles Warner.

He was most recently assistant chef and banquet chef at the Polo Grill, and before that executive chef at the now-closed Harvey's in Green Spring Station.

Warner's new menu at Lynn's is a fusion of Asian and American.

"I have a long history of Asian cooking because I started off at the Pimlico," he explains. (The Pimlico, a Pikesville restaurant, was known for its Chinese food.)

Prices are significantly lower for Lynn's new menu, which includes signature dishes such as pesto-encrusted salmon and seared halibut with lobster-potato hash. Entrees run from $9.95 to $20.

Getting their licks

Summer is here, and ice cream is returning to Roland Avenue. (The departure of Baskin-Robbins was a major disaster for many Roland Park residents.) Sometime around the end of June or beginning of July a second Uncle Wiggly's will open up at 5123 Roland Ave., next to Eddie's, where a travel agency used to be.

This one will be a duplicate of the Uncle Wiggly's Ice Cream shop on York Road, says owner Bob Wiglesworth. It'll have old-fashioned sundaes, sodas, floats, milkshakes, ice cream cakes and 58 flavors of Edy's ice cream. Does he have a favorite?

"I'm a mint chip kind of guy," he says.

Table Talk welcomes interesting tidbits of restaurant news. Please send suggestions to Elizabeth Large, Table Talk, The Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore 21278; fax to 410-783-2502; or e-mail to elizabeth.large@baltsun.com.

Elizabeth Large's reviews appear in the Sunday Home and Family section. Next Sunday: The new Cosmopolitan Bar and Grill in Canton.

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