Just found out that Marche has different set lunch options for each weekday, and one of Wednesday's options was 'Traditional Swiss rosti w/ tomato, cheese, & parma ham' with a homemade drink/soft drink - all for just $10.90+. A fantastic value and of course, the rosti was great as usual.
The 'Chocolate Alexander w/ Ice Cream' aka chocolate lava cake was pretty good for the $7 price. Not a huge portion nor was it super oozy, but it made up for it in taste. Very nice chocolatey taste and though the exterior was a bit harder than most variants, it was very good nonetheless.
First time trying the baby back ribs ($60 for a full rack). We were wayyy too stuffed from the beef to fully enjoy these, but they were quite good nonetheless. Nice texture and great sauce. Would suggest getting a half rack to try out and/or not overdose on the beef/fried rice beforehand.
This tofu dish was awesome! The shell isn't crispy but provided a bit of welcome shape and resistance to the soft innards. This is very useful when dipping it into the buttery sauce that comes with it, which is the real attraction here. I believe it is very similar if not the same as the sauce that the butter crab comes in.
You can add cheese, as well as various other toppings, to your rosti for a little extra flavor (and cost). I usually go with just plain, cheese, or smoked salmon - all with a generous dose of sour cream of course.
The star of the show - 16 oz prime rib coming in at roughly $73 or so (includes soup/salad and sides). This is one massive steak, and can easily be shared by 2 people. The outer section is the best, but the inside is pretty decent as well. Goes excellently with the au jus.