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April 30, 2004
We got there at opening (5:30pm) and were seated immediately. The complimentary bruschetta was very good, but it went downhill from there. I don't even remember the appetiser. My wife had shrimp scampi over linguini and I had chicken parmesan (I thought I was ordering something else). Both were very ordinary and we have had much better in the smallest Italian restaurants in Massachusetts.
The service was very good, though.
From journal Second Visit to New Orleans
London, United Kingdom
July 11, 2003
From journal Another Side of New Orleans
July 18, 2002
Dinner itself, I ate all of my vegetables. Literally. They served brocollini a brocolli kale hybrid I think. It tasted like sweet brocolli, looked like asparagus and was delicious. I also had the veal the sauce was a little overpowering. Baked Alaska is supposed to be their specialty but I was too full for dessert.
Space is very tight.
I wouldn't go there again. There are just too many restaurants to try in New Orleans, but I would recommend it to someone who'd never been there.
From journal New Orleans Weekend
September 6, 2000
From journal New Orleans--A Native's View