Readers had plenty of tips on good sources for bread pudding, after last week's Four Stars report:
I haven’t tasted the bread pudding at the places mentioned, but I can’t imagine that they could be better than that served at Michael’s and it has raisins in it. I never used to order dessert, but after sampling theirs, I can’t resist. I’m going there for dinner tonight and I can hardly wait.
Jane M. Scanlon, Rochester
the bread pudding at famous dave's is excellent and big enough for two people if one wants to share. if you fill out the survey on your receipt you can get a free dessert the next time you shop. we usually take ours home and share it.. rick wood
Good article on bread pudding. I concur 100% with Area 57. Another really good and new restaurant you need to go to is Reads Landing Brewing Company.
It's got a charming old decor. The food is very good and very different than anywhere else around her. It has a southern flair. The menu is small but has a lot of unique combinations of foods. You have to trust the chef's tastes and go with it. You won't be sorry.
Boy, what a great job tasting all that delicious food, I have not tried any of the places you mentioned to have bread pudding, but I have saved the article in the hopes of doing so. I was surprised that there was no mention of the Hubbell House `s bread pudding, the only one I have had, it is to die for. I enjoy your sense of humor and look forward to reading more. English bread pudding is totally different, more solid, but good. -- Maureen "Mo" Maass
I have never taken the time to respond to any article in the paper, but I just had to tell you about the Banana Bread pudding at Saints on 2nd. It is so very good with a vanilla caramel sauce and no raisins.
Please check it out.
The raspberry bread pudding with whiskey sauce at Hubbell House is worth saving room for!