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Dinner in Ashland, OR

aching Jun 14, 2007 04:23 PM

I've checked previous posts and there doesn't seem to be anything that recent, but based on posts after 2004 this is the list I've come up with:

New Sammy's Cowboy Bistro
Cucina Biazzi
The Peerless
Pilaf
Wild Goose
Chateaulin
Larks
Thai Pepper
Amuse
The Hong Kong Bar
Il Gardino
Lela's
Monet's
Apple Cellar

From what I've been able to find, New Sammy's appears to be the favorite in terms of quality of food, but it also sounds very expensive. Of the others, has anyone had a particularly good experience recently? We're headed up in July. TIA!

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    Daddy_Duck Jun 14, 2007 07:41 PM

    Whatever you do don't go to Larks. I was there three weeks ago and ordered the Beef Short rib. It tasted like a very poor cut of a bottom round roast. It took nearly 40 minutes to recieve my food.

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      lovetoeatlots Jun 15, 2007 09:58 AM

      We ate at Pasta Piatta a couple of weeks ago. Nice combinations of foods and flavors, stereotypical Italian, not traditional. Great service, OK wine list.

      Chateaulin is excellent. Been there many times and have never been dissapointed.

      Thai pepper is good as well, interesting food with great taste.

      I've heard lots of great things about New Sammy's, but haven't been there yet.

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