This place is very close to my house which makes it delightfully convenient. The first time we went there was one of their schedule performers playing which makes for interesting conversation.
I got the tempura fried asparagus as an appetizer. Very nice twist on an appetizer. Asparagus was nicely done and the spicy sauce was tasty.
My husband fell in love with the Inca Fries which are potato and sweet potato fries in a mix. There's a little bit of garlic in there also. He's ordered them every time we've been back.
I ordered a side Inca Salad for $2 and it was good. There are heirloom tomatoes, house made crouton and housemade balsamic vinaigrette.
My husband got the build your own burger where he chose BBQ sauce, bacon and swiss. Very tasty! Note the extra side of Inca Fries.
My husband got a side macaroni and cheese. I thought it was pretty tasty. He thought it was a bit peppery for his taste.
I ordered the black and bleu pasta. Chicken tenderloins, asparagus, bacon and a bleu cheese cream sauce with pasta. This is a HUGE portion. If you are getting appetizers you may want to get the half portion.
For dessert we ordered their brownie. This thing is HUGE. It's almost the size of a DVD case. It's all warm and fudgy with ice cream and whipped cream on the side.
On a subsequent visit I ordered the crab cakes and have had that ever since. They take 2 crab cakes and serve with grilled asparagus and a garlic jasmine rice. These are possibly the best crab cakes I've ever had. Lumpy and crisp on the outside, the remoulade sauce and onion mixture are delicious. The garlic jasmine rice is to die for. Sticky and garlicky but not overwhelmingly so. My favorite dish at InCahoots!
I found out from our server that all of their sauces and items are house made and you can tell. Everything tastes fresh as possible and great flavors.
We went back to InCahoots for dinner tonight and I had my usual crab cakes but I did try a new soup that they had. They had a deconstructed Reuben soup. I decided to try it.
It was really delicious. Large chunks of corned beef, sauerkraut and small bits of pickle in a creamy 1,000 island style soup broth. I was very surprised by it and found it really enjoyable. If you like reubens at all you would love this soup. The only thing that would have made it complete is maybe a small piece of rye bread for dipping.