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Campagne tonight (3 Oct)

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bluedog67 Oct 3, 2008 10:36 AM

Haven't been in years - anything that is a must order?

  1. malarkey Oct 3, 2008 11:26 AM

    Their menu changes all the time. Probably the only constants are some kind of pâté and charcuterie, and maybe not even that. Enjoy!

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      rosesarefree Oct 3, 2008 11:44 AM

      Their tartare is the best in the city IMO.

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        bluedog67 Oct 3, 2008 01:48 PM

        better than Boat St?

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      hhlodesign Oct 3, 2008 01:55 PM

      Been awhile since I've gone as well, but I love their duck confit salad.

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        zoogrrrl Oct 3, 2008 05:05 PM

        I've always loved their soups and it sure is a soup kind of day!

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          bluedog67 Oct 7, 2008 12:13 PM

          Update and Review:
          Service was lovely, sommelier was great. Food varied from wonderful to adequate. We started with tartare and charcuterie. Both were very good. The tartare was not as good as Boat St but very good in its own right. The charcuterie was really really good. There was pate, duck proscuitto, bresaola and rillette. The rillete was rather bland, but everything else was melt-in-your-mouth-wow.

          had a fantastic composed salad that was surprisingly delightful. haricot vert, artichoke hearts in a lemon vinegarette with shaved foie torchon on top. omg!

          dinner was ok, but no socks were knocked off. fruit de mer with scallops, prawns and smoked halibut pate. fresh, but no magic. duck breast with plum compote -again fine, but no better than other places.

          again, service was just lovely. all in all a nice evening.

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