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Signature dinner at Chez Francois [Vermillion Ohio]

ElizabethReed | Nov 28, 201001:55 PM     7

Went up to Chez Francois last night for the signature dinner. They switched to a truffle theme which was quite different from what they had on the website. We were amazed! The opener was scrambled eggs in the shell with truffles of course and paired with a Rose' Prossecco. Curious as to how that would work but pleasantly surprised at how stunning it was. Next was the scallop en croute with an Italian white I can't recall. I'm not much into scallops but this was the best scallop dish I've ever had. Next was a Grilled wild salmon with a Barolo. I was skeptical but was again pleasantly surprised. The veal course was next and was outstanding. Can't recall the wine but we enjoyed it. The end came with a truffle/vanilla bean ice cream with a wine that was similar to Sauternes and all I can say is you must try this ice cream before you die!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Truly a wonderful evening.

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