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Also not so impressed with Mercato! Romantic setting, YES...It's got great ambiance! I was not impressed with the food. I ordered the spaghetti and meatballs as I had been told they were great, but I thought the meatballs tasted a bit like sausage and were too spicy for my liking. I will say that it was a large portion, so if you're hungry this item is a goos option. My husband really enjoyed his dinner, but was left hungry and started in on my leftover spaghetti. The portion on the Potato Gnocchi is very small! They have a large wine selection so my husband asked the waiter to help in pairing our meals with a wine and I am convinced he gave us both the exact same wine even though he said they were different (neither of us could taste the difference!). All in all I was unimpressed with Mercato...for that price I would expect better!

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Posted by jmc0515 on August 3, 2009 at 12:47 PM

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Basil is my ALL time favorite restaurant! We eat there at least once a month and have been doing so for 3-4 years! If you're new to Thai food the waitstaff are all very helpful in helping you pick something new to try (and you'll LOVE it!). I always get the Basil Duck (I get it MILD since I am kind of a whimp with spicy food), it ridiculously good! I also like the Pad See-Eu and Vegetable Delight (neither of which are spicy). My husband goes for spice, he gets the green curry chicken or beef, Red Curry Duck or the 3-flavor fish. For appetizers...they're all good, but we especially like the stuffed shrimp, basil rolls and wonton soup! If you haven't been to Basil yet, you need to go...NOW!

Posted by jmc0515 on August 3, 2009 at 12:26 PM
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