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Laguna Hills, California
March 19, 2005
The food is amazing, though very expensive. For appetizers we had the soft-shell crab, which was perfect, and the best lobster bisque I've ever had. For an in-between course we had sorbet in their glass flower cups. For my entrée I had a filet mignon served over mashed potatoes and baby vegetables with a sauce that was to die for. It was a $42 dish, and that's definitely not cheap.
For dessert we shared a Grand Marnier soufflé and banana-four-ways. Both were amazing, but if you're wondering what the banana thing is, you'll just have to go and find out.
From journal Romance in Las Vegas
leon valley, Texas
February 3, 2005
Our bill was $300, but it was well worth it. The food was cooked to perfection. I had lamb and my boyfriend had the salmon. For desert we had soufflés. They took a long time to make them, so the chef gave us some homemade candy that was to die for. Three-hundred dollars was a good price (for this middle-class person) to pay for this experience of a lifetime.
From journal Vegas knows how to say Happy Birthday!