There were 6 of us, the portions are too small for that large a group for sharing. Be SURE to ask what the price of anything labeled "market price" or you will be in for a rude awakening. The night we went we spent 5 bucks PER OYSTER, 60 bucks for a dozen raw oysters. There should have at least been a little pearl in them. Meat lovers beware, this is truly a seafood restaurant.
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Ugh, more crappy bar food.
Poor dogs that end up with stupid owners. So sad...
I love Twitter. Kudos to these restaurants for tweeting. #Chs and #chseats hastages are great for getting updates from local restaurants.
Thanks for this write-up too.
Went for the 1st time last weekend. There were 4 of us and everyone was pretty happy.
The fried oysters appetizer was just "ok" from one dinner companion. Nothing special about it.
The beef tenderloin carpaccio was good but not as good as the one at Ole Post House.
The Edamame was "edamame" but the lemon was a nice touch.
Two thumbs up on the Grilled Romaine Caesar Wedge. Damn good salad and the croutons were dynamite! Yes, croutons!
Two thumbs up on the Granny Smith Apple, Warm Brie & Prosciutto Salad.
Another person had the Grilled Steak & Cheese On Toasted Ciabatta and he said it was good.
Two thumbs up on the Steamed Prince Edward Island Mussels with Pernod and the Chinese Vegetable Spring Rolls.
The biggest problem we had at Eurasia was the "loud factor". Granted it was a Saturday night but O_M_G it was LOUD.
We will all definitely return, just not on the weekend.
Eurasia is a wonderful addition to the neighborhood.
Oh goodie, another (fattening) Southern cooking restaurant. Just what we need.
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