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Le Gigot- undiscovered?

happy stomach | Mar 22, 199904:40 PM     4

I stumbled upon Le Gigot, on a recommendation from my waiter at Po. I have since been back several times and must say that i my taste-buds and stomach have yet to return to this earth ( they languish somewhere happily giggling, and hoping to be sated soon upon my next visit to LeGigot).
I highly recommend the Bouilabaisse, the Tuna, the grilled rack of lamb, and everything else. Not only is the food amazing, but the wine list has some real gems (Montrachet, 1995 @ 45 dollars, barely above market value), my waiter, informed me that the list will be changing soon, but that it will only get better.
I have only been to eat on tuesdays, and it has not been crazyy busy (it is busy, but not like i would expect) has this place not been discovered yet, or have i just been extremely fortunate? Maybe the staff is just so talented to make it appear unrushed. Please let me know if others have had similiar experiences here.

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