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Cafe Jacqueline

kevin Feb 8, 2007 10:15 AM

is this worth it for dinner too, or make just a reservation for desserts souffles? and do they have an extensive dessert wine list? thanks. also, how much are the souffles going for nowadays and is it cash only (for some reason i believed it to be)?

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  1. Cindy Feb 8, 2007 10:23 AM

    If you're going for dinner, be sure to allow at least 2 hours. Also, it wasn't cash only when we went (I distinctly remembered paying with our Visa).

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    1. re: Cindy
      anna Feb 8, 2007 09:25 PM

      Definitely not cash only....2 hours is tight, better prepare for 3....

    2. Lori SF Feb 8, 2007 10:32 AM

      Funny I was just thinking about Cafe Jacqueline today, the romantic spot thread reminded me, but her SO is a vegetarian.

      I have not been for a few or more years but I love this place. I say go for the whole souffle experience for both entre and dessert, I had the fresh strawberry souffle, maybe seasonal. Also, remember my watercress salad being perfect again a seasonal thing. The salmon souffle was excellent. The souffles are big and rich, when I was there we shared our entres and dessert but each ordered a salad.

      I recall the wine list had many reasonably priced French wines.

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        Lil_Miss_Foodie_SF Feb 9, 2007 11:36 AM

        I think there is something really romantic and decadent about going here just for dessert. I am not as much of a fan of the savory souffles though.

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        1. re: Lil_Miss_Foodie_SF
          Robert Lauriston Feb 9, 2007 12:38 PM

          You think they don't do a good job or you just don't care for savory souffles?

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