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Bizarrely Poor Lunch at Slanted Door (Ferry Building )

Ruth Laughlin | Jan 23, 200508:42 PM     5

A strangely average cafeteria-setting dining room with excellent bathroom facilities, the food matched the dining room, alas and we were quite dissappointed.

The good:
Lamb Stew (Irish style, not remotely Vietnamese or French).

Shrimp & Pork wonton soup (large bowl for $8.00)

The Average
Carmelized Shrimp: 6 medium sized shrimp with half a sliced onion on a lettuce leaf.

The Poor:
Poorly prepared six ounce Mojito for $10.00- .

Ironically I observed those partaking of the buffet which consisted of six large (30" diameter) bowls of Ruffles brand (I looked in the kitchen area and IDd the bag) potato chips, 2 bowls of chicken salad, several bread baskets, a bowl of ribs, 2 bowls of lettuce leaves and ... well, that's it.

There was 10x more potato chips in the buffet than anything else... it was so bizarre I can only assume it was some sort of Potato chip tasting festival.

Lunch for 2 totaled $80 with tip.

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