Meh. Overpriced bottles. Overpriced cheeses. Pretentious service.
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To do list:
1. First learn Spelling - It's "plating" not "platting"
2. Then learn Grammar -"The Lobster Ravioli was also had somewhat of a fishy taste, so I wouldn't recommend it."
3. Was not like also so that you can understand perhaps go try Applebees. It thinks it has right up your alley. Will fill you up for good price. Look me has blog. Show pictures on blog.
4. Go find something else to do. By all means, keep eating. Just quit typing.
Susieg. . . Looks like you are still having fun with your food blog.
I am a regular at Eurasia. Did you send your brown salad back? Had you done so, I am sure the kitchen would have happily remedied the problem. They would have been alarmed, I am sure. But, then again, you would not have had the opportunity to smear your exclusive 'brown salad' pics over the web. I have read all of your entries for your food blog and it is just very amateur. You seem to thrive on finding mistakes at restaurants. Want perfection? Look for it in your own kitchen, on your own table. When you realize it is not there you might be able to dine out with a more objective attitude.
Delicious falafel, succulent gyro, good tzatziki and everything was super fresh. There is also a mini-library to peruse and trade books. I will be back as soon as I can!
Charles Robinson - You obviously don't know what you are talking about if you are going to name drop the wrong name. It's a shame that the floor tiles at FIG made it into your review. Maybe you should just take your $140, and with all of your talent - cook dinner for yourself at home.
mofred, would you happen to be affiliated with the Public House? I am entitled to my opinion, as "pedestrian" as it may be. Mimosas are king in brunch circles - and done better at other establishments around town. You won't have to worry about me or any of my many "pedestrian" friends coming back.
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