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    Prawns Scallops and Lobster ala plancha

    Three scallops,three shrimp and three lobster pieces cooked with olive oil, garlic, teardrop tomatoes and Thai fried garlic

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    Best served with a Calif Sauvignon blanc or sparkling wine
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    Do you know what the prices are? These sound good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PamK View Post
    Do you know what the prices are? These sound good.
    If you have to ask, you don't want to know...
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    After drinking all that wine, I am surprised you can find the keyboard! LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PamK View Post
    Do you know what the prices are? These sound good.
    I better know the prices , our average entree is between 37 - 55 per plate , a couple can dine with us for about 125 without alcohol , wine is 29 - 250 a bottle

    It comes with the best View in town and impeccable service

    FTR I am tasting wine not drinking it , not till they bring out the good Cabernet
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    Quote Originally Posted by lanse brown View Post
    A few things that I learned still ring true. "Lanse when you get a gift, say thank you and walk away. When you get a screwing walk away. You are going to get a lot more screwings than gifts"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    Classic trained French Chef hence the fancy names
    Classic French as in an Escoffier deciple? Where are the Sweetbreads? And, I want a good French wine with my Sweetbreads like a Cotes du Rhone, none of that NAPA Valley or Austrailain stuff!
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    Drinking a Cote du Rhone now, full blown wine tasting hosted by J Lohr we might be here awhile, guessing we will taste at least a dozen wines
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    Quote Originally Posted by lanse brown View Post
    A few things that I learned still ring true. "Lanse when you get a gift, say thank you and walk away. When you get a screwing walk away. You are going to get a lot more screwings than gifts"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    Classic French as in an Escoffier deciple? Where are the Sweetbreads? And, I want a good French wine with my Sweetbreads like a Cotes du Rhone, none of that NAPA Valley or Austrailain stuff!
    he said French, not swamp people...
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinman View Post
    he said French, not swamp people...

    Escoffier is the most influential discipline in Continental French Cusine.
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    Drinking a J Lohr Hilltop Cabernet, big bold complex with lush fruit tones completing an elegant finish, about seventy five a bottle

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    A few things that I learned still ring true. "Lanse when you get a gift, say thank you and walk away. When you get a screwing walk away. You are going to get a lot more screwings than gifts"

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