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Wonderful dining experience in Syracuse, NY - Bistro Elephant

ardeko | Sep 16, 201206:16 PM    

BistrioElephant shares the same owner and kitchen as Lemongrass next door. We were offered the menus of both to choose from, which was great as both are very appealing. We had a hard time making a decision but decided on the Prik Pau with scallops and the garlic black bean cavatappi with prawns. Both dishes were fantastic. Presentation and taste. We had the raspberry tart for desert which not only looks stunning but is delicious too.
The service was excellent: very professional and pleasant. They also have live music some nights = there was a duo playing nice jazz music when we were there. Staying in Syracuse for just one night we definitely made the right choice going there and I would certainly recommend going!

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