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Tek-Nique - Bedford

purchaser1 Aug 18, 2011 05:05 PM

Anyone been here yet? I can't find a website, and only a couple of yelp reviews.

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    hummingbird RE: purchaser1 Aug 18, 2011 08:59 PM

    Sorry haven't been, so can't help you there. But Ido have this bookmarked:


    Not a great website, but enough to give you an idea of what is offered.

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      topchef1 RE: purchaser1 Jan 15, 2012 07:59 AM

      I've been there and this place was Great!...I also just recently went to Copper Door in Bedford and it was Horrible at any cost. But you can't go wrong with tek-nique

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        whs RE: topchef1 Jan 15, 2012 11:32 AM

        What was good at Tek Nique? Can you describe some menu items you enjoyed? I looked at the Copper Door menu and it looks fairly generic--kinda like a high-end chain restaurant in Orlando.

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          solargarlic RE: whs Jan 15, 2012 02:20 PM

          Whs, the Yelp reviews on Copper Door are really worth a read. None are very good and there's quite a theme throughout...people not happy with the attempt at a fancier environment, higher prices, but lower quality and quantity. I know it's typical to see that gripe about quantity, but even around here people are accepting of higher prices when the quality reflects the cost.

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            topchef1 RE: whs Jan 21, 2012 07:54 AM

            I had Brunch...Everything my family and I ordered we enjoyed. The French toast, pancake, omelet, seriously everything was very good.

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          calliope_nh RE: purchaser1 Jan 15, 2012 11:58 AM

          I just looked to see if this was Bedford, NH or MA (it's NH) and found their website. http://restaurantteknique.com/

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            ctroutman RE: purchaser1 Feb 14, 2012 09:22 AM

            Went to Tek nique last week with another couple.

            Beautiful room(s), very comfortable..fills up fast and gets loud, though started off with a whisper
            Menu is supposed to be farm to table, though didnt see a lot of farm/local mentioned, if at all. I guess we have to take their word for it. A nice touch is to see farms mentioned, but maybe thats just me..anywho..

            Waitress was pro--even though training another girl, she was spot on early and mid way through service. Her name was Pam. I would ask for her, as she explained probably everything on the menu with the utmost detail and with ease. Drinks were well priced and surprisingly not in the upper echelon $$$.
            Appetizers and salads are very strong, focusing on local/seasonal and presented beautifully. If you get a chance try the winter veg/brussel sprout salad w/blue cheese. Amazing.

            Entrees were all pretty much spot on, and the prices werent out there. I didnt notice one entree over 32.00, and all apps were listed under 10, for the high end. most entrees rolled in about 20-24 on average. I had the veal 2 ways, and one way, like a slow cooked roast, was incredibly fatty, otherwise was well prepared. The scallop dish at the table was lacking a bit more on the plate, not in the scallop dept, but in maybe a starch. The plate was pretty bareboned and was the only complaint I heard at the table. The fresh bread/soup was great. The service got a bit scattered late, but the place was FULL. Reservations highly recommended. Will probably try the brunch sometime, as well as sit in the bar to eat next time.

            I dont care for the communal coat thing, and ended up taking 15/20 minutes to find my coat at the end, standing in a horde of wait list people. Annoying and not my thing, but also didnt want to sit on my coat/no hooks near table. I almost thought it was gone w./cellphone and some other personal belongings. Seriously. I'm not sure how to improve this part of it, but something I had never experienced at a restaurant.

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              katarina88 RE: purchaser1 Oct 29, 2012 06:47 AM

              I ate at Tek-nique with my family this weekend, and I wanted to post because it was really very good--I hadn't heard much word of mouth, so I was pleasantly surprised. I started with a foie gras flan that was incredibly light, and then had a perfectly cooked fluke filet with Israeli couscous, followed by a plum galette, and all of it was delicious. I also had the best cocktail I've had in a New Hampshire restaurant, a subtly-flavored basil-lime-vodka drink. Everyone else enjoyed their food also: my husband's main course was a braised rabbit with restaurant-made strozzapreti, and my sons both had mussels followed by lamb steaks. It's easily one of the best restaurants in this area, and we'll be back.

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