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TenPenh- RW 2008

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foodallthetime Aug 17, 2008 07:06 PM

Just wanted to report that we had a great experience here on a Tuesday night of RW 2008. The service was top-notch all around from the man who confirmed our reservation to the hosts to the waiters to the busboy. Extremely professional and well-trained. It made for a very relaxing and enjoyable meal. Our food was not the best I've had during RW but very good. For starters I had the lumpia spring rolls. I prefer more traditional spring rolls that aren't as meaty but these were good and came 3 to an order. My companion really enjoyed his chicken hot and sour soup. For a gratis starter we had Asian gazpacho which was great and had a slight kick. My entree (you can choose anything from the main menu) was the lamb chops with tabouleh sauce and chow foon noodles in sauce. Very good. My companion really enjoyed his seared ahi tuna. His noodles in peanut sauce tasted even better than mine. For dessert the choices didn't seem to be from the main menu which was disappointing. But my companion had a rich german chocolate brownie dessert that was decadent and satisfying. My brown sugar blondie was a little dry and needed the ice cream it came with. I would definitely return to TenPenh for a special occasion. The surroundings are beautiful and you could talk without interruption.

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    reiflame Aug 18, 2008 05:26 AM

    Does Tenpenh offer their entire menu for Restaurant Week?

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