Pulled pork mac and cheese. Fried chicken piccata gnocchi. Cuban swordfish. The dishes at 110 Grill defy any single classification. The chef gleans inspiration from both classic American cuisine and international fares, culminating in a menu that’s entirely one-of-a-kind. The fusion dishes already have customers abuzz, despite the fact that 110 Grill only recently opened its Malden location.
When you have a chance to stop by, start your meal with a signature app like the chorizo “totchos.” Crispy tater tots form the foundation of this dish, layered with chunks of chorizo, gooey cheese, pico de gallo, fresh avocado, and sour cream. Or share some of the bistro wings tossed in house-made maple barbecue or buffalo sauce. Then move on to the main course, like the chef’s elevated version of comfort food, the 110 meatloaf. It features a blend of beef, pork and veal perfectly seared and seasoned, perched atop a pillow of mashed potatoes, and embellished with crispy onions and a smoke-infused glaze. For something more decadent, opt for the homemade mac and cheese loaded with barbecue pulled pork and onion strings. The extensive menu also encompasses vegetarian options, burgers and sandwiches, and lots of freshly caught seafood.