Gift certificate to what Pasadena restaurant?
- Clare K Dec 19, 2006 03:20 PM
Trying to think of a good place to get a gift certificate to for my folks for xmas. They already go to Maison Akira, Green Street and Z's sushi frequently/sometimes, so I'd like to try something new.
Something with excellent food (my whole family consists of foodies), quiet atmosphere but not for the elderly set. My parents very young for their 60 years...
Would prefer Pasadena or further east (they live in Temple City).
what about ruth's chris? their food is pretty solid. I find that people either love it or hate it. their filet is absolutely delicious! however, I find it the only cut that withstands that damn sizzling plate and stays medium-rare. If i order a ribeye or porterhouse it comes out medium rare but in minutes turns to medium to medium well. booooo...but if they eat their steak medium anyways, then doesn't matter. like I said, their filet is delicious! (and so are the sides...I even love the bread and butter...mmmmmmm)
Here, here! The Raymond is fabulous. Not too quiet on a weekend, though, what with the piano player.
Excellent service. Chic but not hipster.
I also agree with the Ritz:
and Tre Venezie
Gee- I'm original, huh. How about Bistro de la Guare?
I LOVE Bistro 45. The food is amazing and they have a lovely wine list, and the service is impeccable.
How about the Ritz Carlton....Craid Strong is a suberb chef. The Ritz is well the Ritz...nice elegant place.