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January 9, 2007
From journal Boston New Years Eve
by viv viv
Los Angeles, California
May 23, 2006
From journal Life in Boston
November 30, 2004
I've never eaten any of its prelude offerings -- I've only gone for dessert -- but from what I've seen, the salads, gourmet pizzas, and other dishes look very delicious and are well presented.
They have an extensive wine list, and for their desserts, they offer wine pairings that compliment the desserts. If wine is not your thing, they offer various coffees and espressos. The dessert menu varies from season to season, but you can be sure to find something to fit your fancy! My favorite is the creme brulee. It comes in a large portion with fresh berries on top. It’s so pretty that I always hate to crack the top, but after a bite, its worth it! Also another fave is the Molten Chocolate dish which has the gooiest, warmest, most delightful center. The dessert platters run anywhere from $8 to $18.
They also offer desserts to take home -- anything from just a slice of cake to a whole tiramisu cake. Everything here is made to perfection!
From journal More than Chowder in Boston
June 20, 2002
These imaginative delights are not inexpensive but where else could you find on one plate " molten chocolate cake, orange chocolate tartlet, hazelnut bavarian pyramid..."? That is just the beginning and the end of our waistlines ladies. This is a do not miss, put on the top of your list place that will have you coming back after the theatre, after a great dinner or better yet, skip the dinner and cozy up with a friend, a pot of tea and one of these beautiful, mouth watering delights.
From journal Europe in America- Boston
New York, New York
September 9, 2011