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Luna Park first time long

Janet | Jun 20, 2006 02:02 AM

We were in the city and decided to eat before going home. We went by Luna Park and there was a parking spot in front. That was a sign to have dinner there. We had never eaten there and not heard much about it, so no expectations.

Service was quick, helpful,attentive, but not rushed. And they had people out the door waiting. We had drinks and then ordered a chicken dish that came with a tomato and avocado salad and corn on the cob; and a brisket dish that had turnips, potatoes and carrots. DH also had a white bean and chard soup. He said it was very good but needed pepper. He likes lots of pepper with food. His brisket was good, the turnips were old but we don't like them so wouldn't have eaten them anyway. My chicken was moist, crisp, spicy, soooo good. The corn was like horse corn but had a great flavor. The salad was very good. Three drinks, one soup, two entrees tax and tip $75. The drinks were a large part of the bill, we didn't have well drinks. The meal was well worth the cost. I would go back to try other food.

Past posts said this was a place for young hip straight singles. And that it is loud. Yes it is loud, most places are anymore. But the diners were staight, gay, old, young, hip, and not very hip. A lovely mixture of people. We enjoyed our dinner very much.

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