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Feb 9, 2009 07:25 AM

menu for Restaurant Stanley?

I am planning my trip to N.O. in March, and am interested in going to Stanley based on reviews here, but it seems their website is nonexistent...and I can't find the menu anywhere online. Any ideas?

BTW last year our trip was all around 'fine dining', this year we are going casual....any suggestions for new and interesting on a budget? I have EAT and Stanley on my radar so far....

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  1. We had lunch at Stanley: Korean beef po boy cold, seared RAW (not rare)beef w/kimchee ...not good, softshell poboy, tasty, 1 side order of standard fries, 2 cokes $50 pre tip. You can lunch at Commander's for not much more. Try Rambla in the International House Hotel.

    1. You are correct, Stanley's website is nonexistent and I have yet to find a menu online anywhere else.

      But here is a rundown of the menu from memory: gumbo, burger, fries, onion rings, korean beef and kimchi po-boy, eggs benedict with softshell crab or fried oysters or boudin, reuben (which I hear is killer) and a long list of freshly made fruit sodas (at $4 per pop).

      1. I ate there a few weeks ago when I was in town and I have the say the Reuben is just as good as before they closed to move. The bloody mary is one of the better ones I have had. I have no problem with the pricing.

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        1. re: roro1831

          Just ate there this weekend. The Egss Stella (eggs benedict with soft shell crab) and pancakes were really great. Agree about the bloody mary being one of the better ones - with a nice pickled string bean inside. Yum. Not cheap by any means, but very tasty.

        2. we just ate here for bfast too. it was good but honestly its not punch-yourself-in-the-face good. nice day-after breakfast for those long nites... beautiful space.

          i had the eggs benedict on frenchbread, she had the omelet sammich. each $8.95, and tasty. italian sodas $4, mimosa's a pricy $7 (im used to $2-3 in the marigny).

          basically its a high-end diner.

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          1. re: kibbles

            Thanks everybody for your input! I will go and try to talk them into hiring some high schooler to make them a website...LOL