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RicRios | Nov 20, 200612:54 AM     1

French chef, certainly knows his business.

Apps: Wonderful heirloom tomato & burrata salad ($12) and Foie Gras w/pineapple ($16), I loved this one.
Mains: Seared Ahi Tuna ($27) and Osso Bucco w/spatzle ($32), both v.good.
Desserts: Crêpes ($8) to die for, and v.good Apple Tarte ($9)

Beautiful bar and main room, mostly empty on a Friday night.

Like Le Dome, like Norman's, Camden House is a place that leaves you very satisfied food-wise and at the same time with a sad note, the feeling that demise is imminent, due to some kind of act of God you can't do much about.

http://www.camdenhousebh.com/

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