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Best Restaurant Tasting Menus??

sockster Nov 7, 2009 05:54 AM

Love tasting menu's!! Which restaurant's offer the best and most creative tasting menus in New Orleans? THANKS

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  1. edible complex RE: sockster Nov 7, 2009 02:32 PM

    check out Le Meritage

    Le Meritage
    1001 Toulouse, New Orleans, LA 70112

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      Niki in Dayton RE: edible complex Nov 9, 2009 07:00 AM

      EC, in your opinion, is Le Meritage better than Stella! or Restaurant August? Thanks!

      Restaurant August
      301 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans, LA 70130

      Le Meritage
      1001 Toulouse, New Orleans, LA 70112

      1. re: edible complex
        sockster RE: edible complex Nov 9, 2009 09:03 AM

        Thank you but where is the tasting menu, menu?

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          Niki in Dayton RE: sockster Nov 9, 2009 10:28 AM

          Previous NOLA Chowhound posts have alluded to the tasting menus of both of the places I mentioned, which is why I was asking Edible Complex about his/her opinion.

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          zachias31 RE: edible complex Jan 4, 2010 06:08 PM

          Went to La Meritage for NYE - GREAT! would recommend to anyone. The food was lovely, and the wine pairings were brilliant.

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          kibbles RE: sockster Nov 9, 2009 12:00 PM

          a friend had the degustation meal at August (10 or 11 courses) and said it was the best mean of his life. i believe it is a separate entity than the normal tasting menu (5 courses).

          Green Goddess also does a chef's tasting menu dinner, which he does personally and with great care.

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            west79chiro RE: sockster Nov 9, 2009 01:00 PM

            Just cam back from New Orleans. We had the 7 Course Degustation at August. It was $85/person without wine pairings and worth every penny. We ate for nearly 3 hours and every dish was amazing. Highlights were a sear scallop studded with bacon over lentils, a petite filet with a sauce made from reduced oxtail and red wine, and pork belly with black eyed peas with a broth that almost made me slurp from my bowl. It may have been the best meal I've ever had.

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