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Remy's in St. Louis, brief review


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Remy's in St. Louis, brief review

Tex Nosh | Oct 9, 2005 12:55 AM

Thanks for the recommendation on Remy's wine bar. Went there for dinner. Place was packed on a Sat night, glad we had reservations. We were seated promptly, even thought the place was full and we arrived early.

Of the dinners, the best looking dishes were the meat ones. Strip steak with skinny shoestring fries, or lamb shanks looked wonderful. I wish I'd ordered those instead of the tuna. I was expecting a thick slab of tuna but it was a little thin and boring. The breads disappointed me and they're service with a very salty spread that I suppose is tapenade.

We were pleased with the wines, and prices were what you'd call moderate ($15-20 entrees).

Overall, a place I might go back to for some red meat and good wine but otherwise one of many nice restaurants I've tried, yet may not try again.

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