Business card from Clementine

I normally take pictures of my food but I was so excited about the meal that I forgot.

Walking into Clementine, I know immediately that I’m going to love it;  it’s casual, warm and welcoming.  It’s a place where you can enjoy a delicious meal without feeling like you have to wear stiff Sunday clothes.

The appetizers look so delicious that I decide to order two. One, the Duck Nachos, I share with my husband and the other, Escargot, is my entree.

These nachos are the best I’ve ever had. The chips are crispy and taste homemade.  The toppings include: a creamy and spicy cheese sauce, an avocado cream, sour cream, Pico de Gallo and, of course, duck.

My husband had the grilled Jerk Leg of Lamb Steak.  The meat was juicy and cooked to perfection.  A bit disappointed, the Jerk rub was more sweet than spicy, not what you would expect from a Jerk rub but still delicious.

Their website mentions that some of the ingredients for this dish come from Tortilleria Sinaloa’s Kitchen (a restaurant I must try next) and the duck is locally sourced. Love that community support!  By the way, Clementine’s meats and veggies are all locally sourced and they have  their own Charcuterie (ham, sausages and pates).

The nachos are generously sized and and would be awesome with their Wednesday Happy Hour (perhaps my next visit).

After I savor every bite and nearly lick my fingers, my order of Escargot arrives.  The Escargot are cooked in a creamy thyme sauce with chunks of Shiitake mushrooms and shallots.  To soak up the sauce, it’s served with some toast triangles. The Escargot are delicious and more than enough as an entree.

I can’t wait to go back and try their Taco Tuesday or Wednesday Happy Hour or Saturday homemade muffins ….


Highly Recommend!



5402 Harford Road

Baltimore, MD  21214



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