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Galveston restaurant

marianne | Oct 6, 2003 08:16 AM

If you're Galveston bound DO NOT MISS Rudy & Paco's on Post Office. It is listed as serving Central and Latin American food. Had a wonderful chef's special of grilled snapper (three filets;enough to share) over a tangy tomatillo/cream sauce. Also on the plate was a crisp, sauteed vegatable mix of asparagus,squash and onions;along with a saffron pilaf. Pricey,($28) but worth every penny. We shared a creme brulee, both of us wishing we had one to ourselves. They have a nice wine list with several by-the-glass choices.($6.50-9.00) They bring the wine to the table in a small carafe that holds more than the usual "pour" so it seems you get a glass and a half. Our reservation was for 7 on Monday night. When we arrived only two tables were occupied, but by the time we left the place was full.

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