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Brfoodie Nov 5, 2009 07:25 AM

This place looks intersesting. Has anybody gone after the first couple of days where there are always problems.

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    spidernola Nov 20, 2009 12:19 PM

    I visited La Foret this week and was entirely impressed. La Foret is to dining what Disney is to youth entertainment. La Foret truly understands the importance of the dining experience. This may very well be the best restaurant in the city. Worth twice what I paid. It is still on my mind several days after the event. If you want to make an impression on a loved one or a client, this is the place to go. I can't wait until they open up for lunch!

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      morganeats Nov 18, 2010 07:08 AM

      I soooo agree with spidernola. Le foret offers a truly unparalleled dining experience. The service is wonderful, they give you so many little treats with your meal (in addition to what we ordered, we were given 2 amuse bouche, popovers, brioche, tea cookies and madelines) and the cooking is very thoughtful. Now a days you go to a restaurant and pay $80 a person in places where the food is thrown at you, the tables dont have table cloths, the waiters are in a rush, etc etc. For the same value at Le Foret you get a five star experience from soup to nuts.

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      Le Foret
      129 Camp Street, New Orleans, LA 70130

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        cereed007 Nov 21, 2010 02:24 PM

        As a result of all the good reviews we heard about Le Foret, we went last week and were realllllllly unimpressed. The apps were tasty but the entrees lacked flavor and were over cooked. We had the veal and the duck. Both entrees were bland and just dull. To their defense, they had 2 big parties. We will give it another try, but we were really disappointed first go round.

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        Le Foret
        129 Camp Street, New Orleans, LA 70130

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