To start, I chose the Chilled Asparagus Soup with spring peas and lemon. It was cool and refreshing, with a creamy texture.
Keith had the Soft-Shell Crab with a Spring succotash of corn and tomatoes. The crab was lightly breaded and fried, and overall this dish was filling.
My mother started with the Artisan Lettuce - a simple salad with pickled ramps, pecorino, and toasted bread crumbs. My father didn't see a starter he liked, but opted for a side of Truffle Fries to nibble on with his beer before the main entree. They were a bit too greasy for his liking.
My mother ordered the 44 Farms N.Y. Strip that came with roasted potatoes and kale. The meat was tender and the potatoes were plentiful.
We were too full to order dessert, though some interesting dishes caught our eye. Nevertheless, we had an enjoyable meal at Trummer's on Main - a hidden gem in a sweet town within Northern Virginia.
Total Rating: 4.15
Food: 4, Price: 4, Service: 5, Ambience: 4.5, Accessibility: 4