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Guy Savoy question

seal Jun 8, 2010 03:36 PM

I will have a few nights dining alone and I would really like to try the famous soup. It looks like my more reasonably priced options are to go to the Bubble Bar and have a few small bites and soup or to have the pre theatre menu.

The thing that will decide it for me is the dessert trolley. Is it amazing? If it is to die for then I may have to go for the pre theatre option as it is included and at $98 seems like a bargain.

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    masstech Jun 9, 2010 08:12 PM

    If you jujst want to try out the flavors, not chow down big time, I can highly recommend the bar. The serving sizes vary by the small or big bites but are not so small that you can't get filled up with several of them.

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      climberdoc Jun 10, 2010 04:02 AM

      I'm not sure what you mean by "amazing". The cart gives you a rainbow array of dessert options ranging from chocolate candies and truffles, custards/puddings, freshly made ice creams, lollipops and others I can't remember. I've always been served the dessert cart after a large meal including a formal dessert and cheese cart, so my vigor to dive into the dessert cart was waning. With the pre-theatre menu the cart is the sole dessert which would likely give it less of a gluttonous feeling. I'm not sure it's as much "to die for" as it is something to experience. The chocolate fondant with chicory cream and the dessert amuse "melon" both were "to die for" in my not so humble opinion.

      1. uhockey Jun 15, 2010 06:43 PM

        The dessert Trolley is absolutely worth the visit. I had 9 courses off of it afer the extended menu. Everything was worth the price and Franck is a stellar host.

        http://uhockey.blogspot.com

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