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gerbera Apr 17, 2008 08:28 PM

Hi,

Just wondernig if anyone had a recommendation for Sunday dinner. I'm tentatively scheduled to go to Queue de Cheval but would love something...well...other than that. No Au Pied de Cochon either.

The types of restos I tend to enjoy are:
Le Club Chasse et Peche
PIntxo
Raza
Bronte
etc.

As usual many places are closed on Sunday. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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  1. zekesgallery RE: gerbera Apr 18, 2008 06:28 AM

    Howdy!

    Off the top of my head, Le Jolifou, Zeste de Folie, Bouchonné, L'Express and Laloux.

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      moh RE: zekesgallery Apr 18, 2008 08:22 AM

      Yeah, that sounds like a good list! Sunday evenings are difficult, lot of the faves are closed.

      I would add Lemeac is open, and if you want BYOB: A L'os

    2. cherylmtl RE: gerbera Apr 18, 2008 07:03 AM

      Garcon?? I know it's open Sunday, not sure what the quality is like these days.

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        jellybelly25 RE: cherylmtl Apr 18, 2008 10:47 AM

        Garcon, 'ew' pretty much sums it up. I went in January and the experience was terrible. The service was really sloppy and there were only a few other tables in that night.

        The server informed us of menu changes only after we had looked over the menu for a while and had already chosen our dishes (so we had to reselect), the bottle of wine came after the food, the cutlery as well came after the food.

        The food itself was not that great. All I can remember is that my beef was a bit tough and that even though my friend and I ordered different mains, both came with the exact same sides.

        And on the way out when we asked for our coats, the hostess pointed to a closet near the door where we proceeded to look for our coats.

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        westaust RE: gerbera Apr 19, 2008 12:58 AM

        Renoir at Sofitel is open for sunday dinner and is really good, and the terrasse just opened, so if it's nice and warm outside, it makes a nice experience

        Le pois penché, i had a great meal over there on a sunday night as well, service was ok, but it was freshly opened so i hoped (and guess) they improved on that side

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