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by Kellie R.
January 5, 2006
From journal Bird's Eye View of Turkey Day
by wanderer 2005
September 15, 2005
The menu has some Southwestern influences rolled together with French cooking. Paired with a great wine list of over 100 different wines, the result is a truly unforgettable meal. My personal favorite entrée is the Rene signature, which is rack of lamb carved tableside. You can get it for one or for two people, and it’s an elaborate production, as they wheel it out and slice at right in front of you. DELISH! Another fave is the sweet potato ravioli topped with Boursin cheese sauce and pecans. This is something you can’t get just anywhere, so you should be bold and try it!
The French onion soup is also fabulous, topped with four cheeses, as is the lobster bisque, rich and creamy, with a splash of truffle oil. TO DIE FOR!
Dessert is classic French and flambéed tableside as well. You can choose from classic crepes Suzette, bananas foster, or cherries jubilee. I LOVE the bananas foster. The tableside service makes you feel like royalty, and you deserve it. I take my husband here for his birthday every year, and every time it feels like the first.
If you don’t want to spring for dinner, they do offer lunch with mostly salads, sandwiches, and benedicts.
The owner, Deborah, was a server here a long time ago, and now she runs the place and is a real sweetheart. She usually greets all guests at the door and checks on you during your meal.
I’m telling you that this is a wonderful place for a romantic dinner. You have everything you need here: ambience, great food, wonderful wines, and superior service. What more can you ask for?
From journal Spiritual Sedona
Berwick, Nova Scotia
August 26, 2003
The restaurant is upscale, serving a wide range of meals. The food and service were great--a memorable meal.
From journal Red Rock Country