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How are the caneles at Canele anyway?

PseudoNerd | Oct 6, 200609:27 AM     2

I've run into Jane quite often over the past year ('cos her absolutely adorable daughter takes music and dance classes at Colburn), and she mentioned that her new restaurant offered caneles to customers.

I've read through most of the recent posts and am now half-reconsidering going in a month or two instead of Tuesday. I noticed, however, that nobody had really mentioned anything about whether the restaurant's version of its namesake is good...

(side note: I feel so out of the loop! I suppose I deserve it for not having given my full attention to the boards for the last month or so...)

Also, what's the decor like? The business card I have is really amazing: it's on heavy stock paper, has differently colored sides, and has an embossed look with a great typeface and logo. Such attention to detail is hard to find, you know? (I'm also a fan matchbooks from Katsuya and the Good Luck Bar...)

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