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Happy and Sad-Brasserie Tatin


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Happy and Sad-Brasserie Tatin

FoiGras | Nov 8, 2008 03:57 PM

HAPPY---YES! Brasserie Tatin is a find. Resaonsable prices for really terrific French-type cuisinse. The FRENCH ONION SOUP--to die for. The Best Ever. The sweetbreads were moist, plentiful and served beautifully. Hubby's chicken was moist, and served with lovely vegetables along with crisp frites.

NOW THE SAD PART--Nothing to do with the restaurant at all. But, our server I recognized from waiting on us at another restaurant--Boccaccio's. I inquired as to why he was no longer at Boccaccio's and was disheartened to learn that the owner had died and the restaurant was closed sometime this past August. Much to my dismay.

So a sad note, but a happy one to dine at such a lovely establishment with attentive service, appealing atmosphere and yummy food. A definite return. Sadly, we can't also return to Boccaccio's. FoiGras

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