Belford's in Savannah

Brandon's mom was in Savannah for her All-State Chorus event, which is held in Savannah at the end of February every year. She is a middle school chorus teacher, so this is always a big event for her. 
We were able to get together with her and meet for dinner.
We chose to eat at Belford's in City Market. 
The food was really great, but to be honest, for the price-there are other places I would recommend eating first.
Onward with the pictures:
 I ordered CAJUN LOBSTER RAVIOLI - $29.95/$17.95
Lobster stuffed ravioli tossed with shrimp and scallops in a Cajun cream sauce.
Topped with diced tomatoes, green onions and feta cheese
Winner – Best EntrĂ©e – at the 2006 "Taste of Savannah" as judged by Southern Living Magazine
 It truly was delicious, except I was still a bit hungry because the portion size was so small.
 Brandon had the CUMIN RUBBED FRESH TUNA - $26.95
Tuna rubbed with cumin, pan seared and cooked to order. Served with grilled local shrimp,
yellow rice, black beans and finished with tomato cilantro salsa
 I can't remember exactly what Brandon's mom ordered because it was a special, but it was a white fish and it was really good.
Dessert was so delicious! It was a unique version of bread pudding and I loved every bite!
 After dinner we went to the Savannah Candy Kitchen so Brandon's mom could get some pralines to take back to North Georgia with her.
We had a short, but sweet and wonderful visit with Brandon's mom!


  1. Hey sweet girl, glad your back! All your posts are covered in delicious food and made me so hungry for some good southern food!

  2. All this yummy food is making me HUNGRY :)


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