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Wallse review

dbs88 | Mar 3, 2006 06:23 AM

Had a great dinner at Wallse for the first time last night. We sat in the front room but it was never too loud or crowded. Spatzle with rabbit, mushrooms and brussel sprouts was delicious in all of its creaminess, with the brussel sprouts adding a nice textural contrast. My girlfriend ordered a scallop and artichoke appetizer special which was also good, but nothing special. Lobster with fennel was excellent - silky and buttery with the raisins adding the perfect touch of sweetness. The kavalierspitz was good but a little boring. The potato pancake it comes with is very good and the creamed spinach is a very interesting preparation - and also very tasty. For dessert we split the Nockerl, which is always touted on this board. It was excellent, and a perfect portion for splitting. My only complaint is that there were not enough berries. We were recommended a great wine by our waiter, but it completely escapes me. Overall, an excellent meal in a great space with great service.

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