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The Le Town Talk in the old Town Talk space at Lake and 27th has not yet garnered any reviews so I thought I would introduce the topic.
We have been 3 times. First, the noise level is significantly reduced from the old Town Talk. I am middle aged, I hate to scream over my dinner (and never went back to the old place after one headache inducing meal..even though the food was great.) They have added some nice acoustical tiles and buffers so it is loud but not unbearable. I really like the space and have been there both at night, and for breakfast.
The food is good. I have not had my socks blown off, nor I have sent anything back to the kitchen. The menu is pretty limited, but covers the basic food groups...beef, fish, chicken. This is not a vegetarian friendly place. One could eat, but a limited full menu makes for even less vegetarian selections.
The burger is pretty good, lots of flavor. The shrimp entree was a little bland as was my crepe this morning. My DH's crepe looked more stuffed and richer (he had the ham, I the salmon). The steak sauces are quite good and the fries great. The mushroom tart was fabulous and their salads have been fresh and tasty. The person next to me ordered the bouillabaisse...that is on my list for next time as it looked wonderful.
Wine and beer selections are simple, but fine. Good coffee, which matters to me more than booze, so I cannot comment on their cocktails.
I live in the neighborhood and will definitely return. I wish them well and suggest it is worth a try. Their $45 date night on Tuesdays seems like a good deal (wine, shared app and dessert and two entrees.)
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