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Bacchus in Sono. Molte Bene

UWStoSONO May 10, 2008 07:29 AM

Living in Sono, anytime a new restaurant opens, it's somewhat of an event and as such, must be tested immediately. That being said, my wife and I ate at Bacchus in South Norwalk last night and were very impressed. From the Tuna Tartare on crackers and the large romaine crisps in the Caeser salad to the cooked-to-perfection Filet Mignon, the food was all very good and the service was the most attentive I've had in this town. A nice touch was added in between apps and entrees as a complimentary, light, chef's tasting of pasta was delivered. Nice touch. If you like Pinot Noir, the Stephen Ross puts Strada's Willamette to shame and the Ice Wine at the end was a perfect complement to our desserts. They have done a great job updating the old Bistro Du Soleil to form intimate and well-lit environs. Apparently, we weren't the only ones who were impressed, as the place was packed with patrons halfway through our meal. We will undoubtedly return soon.

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    sibeats May 10, 2008 08:56 AM

    Thanks for the report. We walked by it the other night and I briefly glanced at the posted menu but it looked very very long and I didn't have time to take it all in. We'll have to give it a try. Are they open for lunch as well?

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