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A Rebours St. Paul Review

Alice | Oct 9, 2004 12:21 PM

First of all, someone had posted awhile back about whether they have an autumn menu, and since this was my first time there, I can just tell some of the entrees: scallops, duck, monkfish, cassoulet, steak au poivre, and maybe one other.
So, my experience there: I was sort of unimpressed. We had a reservation at 8pm, they didn't seat us until about 8:30. The wine list is nice, and our waiter kept telling us how cheap they were selling the bottles for, which seemed kind of odd. The mussels appetizer was quite good. The duck and the scallops were good, but nothing spectacular. The meal for 2 with a bottle of wine and tip was $100. Overall, for this level of quality, I prefer Zander so far. The atmosphere is kind of wood-paneled austere, nice space, but small and crowded.
Any thoughts?

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