After our very long day running around Sacramento, we decided to head back to our hotel and have dinner on the Delta King.
The Delta King has 2 separate dining options available: Pilothouse which is their sit down restaurant and Delta Bar and Grill which is more casual. Since we were in the mood for something quick and relaxed, we decided to tryout their bar.
Their complimentary bread and butter came out first. I thought the butter shaped like balls was a fun look, but it really was very difficult to smear onto the bread. It felt like I was trying to spread… well frozen butter (that rolled around cause of its shape) onto soft bread LOL. Everything was falling apart! We were hungry and desperate so we started to cut the balls of butter and began jamming them into the bread… not classy.
Fried Calamari with sweet chili aioli (We really like calamari so we seem to order it often.)
Trio of Sliders – Kobe Beef with cheddar, lettuce and tomato, Braised Pork with fried onions and chipotle honey BBQ sauce, and Grilled Chicken with Bartlett pear, smoked gouda, apple wood bacon, tomato, green leaf with rosemary aioli.
Fish and Chips – Sierra Nevada beer battered rock cod, house made tartar sauce and hand cut fries
These suckers were huge!
After dinner we decided to walk around the ship. It was a weeknight so it was pretty “dead” (remember…this boat is apparently haunted… lol).
Dinner on the Delta King’s Delta Bar and Grill was good and the atmosphere was very fun and relaxed. The bar was busy and everyone working there was very nice, which made the experience even better.
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