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martin merowitz Nov 29, 1998 05:12 PM

Experiences? Opinions? Advice?

Thanks,
Martin Merowitz

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    Josh Mittleman Nov 29, 1998 08:50 PM

    Very good. Somewhat pricey, and both crowded and noisy
    at peak times, but the food is top-notch French bistro.
    They have the best cassoulet in the city, in my
    experience, and their desserts are just wonderfully
    sinful.

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      scott Dec 16, 1998 02:40 PM

      Must agree with the cassoulet, fantastic.

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        martin merowitz Dec 16, 1998 06:28 PM

        12/14/98, had cassoulet and their gigondas: wonderful.
        The feel of the place, the service, the other customers
        , extraordinary. Can't recommend highly enough.

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          Allan Evans Dec 16, 1998 07:52 PM

          Which type of cassoulet do they serve? From
          Toulouse, Langue d'oc (Castelnaudary)? They are
          quite different.

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            merowitz Dec 18, 1998 03:22 PM

            preserved duck, pork, sausage (that tasted a bit of ?
            cinnamon)

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