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Alizze--what is the problem?

FoiGras | Dec 4, 201005:35 PM

Hubby and I enjoyed a lovely dinner at this restaurant. We were the only diners on a Saturday night.

We were anticipating a crowded environment.
SAD.. This is a nice place to dined. Needs a few tweaks to make it really terrific --.\\My hubby's steakl/frites was exceptional. The steak was perfectly grilled and the fries were crispy and more then plentiful.

I had intended to order pork belly, but it was off of the menu. No problem. I ordered a crabcake dinner. The crabcake was didn't have much filler--(good), but not much taste-okay for me. I love dipping into a sauce with a crabcake. The jicama slaw was yummmy, but needed a bit more mayo or something creamy.

We enjoyed the great bread and butter service. The SERVICE was exceptional.

Why isn't this restaurant popular????

WE dined at
Dogwood's previously---the place was packed top the gills on an ea rly Saturday night. We were very disappoinnted. A very bland mixed green salad--tomatoes were brought to the table as an afterthought. The salad dressing was quite delectable.

My sweetbreads were delicious, but the acorn squash was undercooked.
too many misses versus hits. I feel bad THAT THIS venue isn't better. FoiGras

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