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Phenomenal Bread Pudding at Oleanna

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debo Mar 21, 2008 05:49 PM

Apparently it's new-ish to the menu. Everyone always raves about the baked alaska, which I personally don't love. But the bread pudding was warm, creamy, and soft except a delectible butter generated crisp on the edges of the bread at the top. There was a caramel sauce over it, which seems like it would make it too sweet, but didn't. It came with mulberries, but to me they we mainly a distraction. My first bite of the pudding sent my taste buds in a tail spin and elicited a reflexive groan. $13 for a 3-inch diameter piece was pretty steep. But it was definitely the finest bread pudding I've ever tasted.

On a side note, the filet of sole entree was also absolutely delicious.

  1. ScubaSteve Mar 21, 2008 05:58 PM

    it's Spectacular.
    and it's a regular on the Winter Menu.
    i do want to get it again soon, before the Spring Menu appears.

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