The “chicken on fire” salad at Meet & Eat is one of the more daring menu items.
The “chicken on fire” salad at Meet & Eat is one of the more daring menu items. Carla Meyer cmeyer@sacbee.com
The “chicken on fire” salad at Meet & Eat is one of the more daring menu items. Carla Meyer cmeyer@sacbee.com
Carla Meyer

Carla Meyer

The Sacramento Bee’s dining critic knows good taste

Dining review: High prices, middling food at Land Park’s Meet & Eat

March 11, 2016 06:00 AM