Table & Tap (Flint, MI)



~ Crispy Mac & Cheese ~

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2

Presentation: ⭐️⭐️⭐️

What struck me the most about the presentation of this mac was its color – a very bright orange – which was definitely interesting, and more saturated than most. I guess I can’t say whether that was a positive or a negative to me, because while it was perhaps ~engaging~, it also struck me as suspiciously unnatural. Aside from its unique vibrancy, the presentation was pretty average overall.


Flavor: ⭐️⭐️⭐️

There was not much flavor apart from that of the five cheeses; I think it could definitely use a bit more of something to jazz up the very mild/salty cheesiness.


Creaminess: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Definitely creamy, but the sort of elastic creaminess that comes from a larger volume of cheese, and less from a cream sauce.


Cheesiness: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Um, wow – the fromage was plentiful. I think that there was enough cheese that it was as if each noodle was separated by a cheesy mortar like a bricks in a wall. This was yet another thing that realistically walked the line between being a good or bad with this mac, though I would place it just inside of good.


Texture: ⭐️⭐️

Everything had more or less the same mouthfeel, apart from the more crunchy, baked cheese around the edges. Penne was the pasta choice for this mac, which I am never a huge fan of because it tends to quickly lose its firmness when baked. As many do, the menu offers plenty of toppings to add that could assuredly provide different results – if you try some fun toppings, don’t hesitate to send me your personal review!


Overall Experience:

Pretty middle of the road in terms of the mac. On the other hand, I enjoyed my meal with my fabulous grandmother, which makes any experience great. Table & Tap offers awesome beers and cocktails, in addition to a lovely patio in downtown Flint that makes for a great summer dinner.
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