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Odeon or Raoul's?


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Odeon or Raoul's?

clyde10 | Nov 18, 2008 03:52 AM

We're looking for a great place to take my 15 year old son for his birthday. He loves steak frites and steak au poivre, so naturally thought of Odeon and Raoul's (Balthazar was booked and he's been there before on previous birthdays). My husband and I used to eat at Odeon and Raoul's many, many years ago, but haven't been recently. Which has the better food? Or, is there another place you'd recommend. My kids used to love a place in Soho called Alma Bleu—it had a great branzino—but it has sadly closed. I walked by Savoy the other day and thought of it but have read negative blogs about the food recently. I also saw a bistro down the block from Savoy but can't remember the name and have no idea whether the food is good.

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