Nose Dive: Downtown Greenville
We started off with some appetizers including the pate & pickles (above) and the Scotch Egg. The pate was good...what I tried of it anyway. I, personally, am not a huge fan of grinding meat and squishing it into solid forms only to swipe it back up with a knife and spread it on some toast or a cracker. Just give me a steak. Or a chicken breast. Or a pork chop. BUT...I did at least try it and it wasn't all that bad. The pickles were killer and everyone else at the table seemed to love the pate. In fact, we ended up ordering two more sides of bread for pate-spreading pleasure. As for the Scotch Egg, it was really quite delicious. The sausage had a nice crispy crust and the egg was cooked perfectly. We completely spaced on taking a picture of it (sorry) because we were with such great company and we were more concerned with carrying on a conversation than with taking pictures of our food.
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I had the impression that because the food looked so incredible that the place was a bit more on the expensive side. NOT SO! It is really reasonable and would absolutely be a place we could take our 3 kids. If you want fresh, creative food at decent prices, please check out Nose Dive. I know we'll be back again soon.