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EliAnnKat Jan 2, 2008 02:13 PM

We are going over there tonight and haven't been in quite some time. What has anyone been knocked out by (in good and bad ways, natch).

Thanks, I'll report back.

  1. Ciao Bob Jan 2, 2008 02:18 PM

    Don't know if it's new but it is fab: Grilled Radichio w/Parmesan was great.

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      mollyomormon Jan 2, 2008 02:22 PM

      I think it's actually grilled romaine and it's definitely fantastic. People rave about the foie gras on the specials menu but I still haven't tried it.

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        whatsfordinner Jan 2, 2008 02:43 PM

        The foie gras is definitely delicious. I also loved the lamb carpaccio.

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          Ciao Bob Jan 2, 2008 05:56 PM

          Opps, romaine is right, thanks MOM!

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        Waverly SGV Jan 2, 2008 05:57 PM

        Yes, the grilled romaine with a light vinagrette and shaved parmesan is delicious. Try the seabass with black bean sauce -- so delicious, makes you wish they offered a meal-sized portion. Also, ask the server for a rec. In my experience, they are always right on the mark.

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          mollyomormon Jan 2, 2008 06:13 PM

          I'll second that. The servers at Orris are so amazingly nice and helpful. It's some of my favorite service in LA.

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          EliAnnKat Jan 3, 2008 12:28 PM

          Well, everyone, last night was lovely. I love this restaurant! Such a good vibe, such nice service. No one rushes. There was a lovely seafood salad special and, yes, the romaine was super. Plus, we had a couple of glasses of wine each and several rounds of plates and the bill was under $100 (before tip). Go!

          1. J.L. Jan 5, 2008 12:30 AM

            Yes, something new at Orris...

            A covered (and heated) canopy on the front patio! Let the rain come, Orris fears it not!

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              foodie Q Jan 5, 2008 05:21 PM

              The Lamb Carpaccio and the Pork Tenderloin is always my favorite, but the squash blossom tempura on the fall menu is pretty innovative- it's a Japanese style tempura stuffed with shrimp filling and dressed with Chinese flavored sauce.

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