Review: Muldoon’sAuthor: WIBIA | Filed under: Food Reviews, Location: Carmel, IN, Recommended: Independent, Tenderloin of the Month
111 W Main St
Carmel, IN 46032
March’s Tenderloin of The Month brings us to Muldoon’s in Carmel. Something tells me that I have had this one before, but I didn’t remember any of the details. Muldoon’s is usually one of the most recommended places to get a tenderloin, so I thought that I would see what the hype is all about.
Muldoon’s is an Irish themed bar. Just because a bar carries Guinness, it surely doesn’t mean that it is an Irish bar. Now, I have never been to Ireland to experience the real deal, but my wife is of Irish decent so I will continue on with my consistent know-it-all attitude.
What I Ate: Breaded tenderloin; served with a choice of sides and I went with chips, $7.95
Served on a toasted sesame seed bun and with a tomato, lettuce, red onion and mayo. At first glance, this tenderloin was huge. I ripped of a piece of the meat and it was juicy and flavorful. The thickness of the tenderloin and the breading-to-meat ratio was perfect. It wasn’t the overly pounded out thin and dry type. Considering the size, I thought that it would be thinner. I would’ve liked a little more lettuce and tomato, but what they gave me did the trick. Chips were straight out of a bag, so I will pick a different side next time.
Would I Buy It Again? Yes and frequently. It was one of the best tenderloins that I have ever had and a fine representation of the Indiana state sandwich. At roughly $8, it is competitively priced and well worth a trip to give it a try. On a number scale, I would give it a 9.5/10, only leaving .5 for anything that I run across that is better, if it exists.
In tenderloins we trust,