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  1. had dinner/drinks at mompou tonight. As I previously stated that the atmosphere was similar to Adega bar, I stand corrected-- atmosphere was much better than I remembered. Very lively, if not a bit too loud. A packed room thinned out around 7:30-8 to just a few tables very quickly. Was a guitarist who started around 8-- very good. Onto the food-- ordered the following: 1. Meiga salad-- so-so mozz, unripened cherry tomatoes, very ripe avocadoes and watercress with a tasty vinaigrette. Unforgettable. 2. Chorizo slices served in a spicy garlic broth with a couple toasted slices of a dense
  2. been to mompou 4-5 times. Good for tapas and drinks. Nothing earth shattering, but good. Atmosphere reminds me a bit like the bar in Adega Grill, though bigger. Have also heard good things about Vivo for tapas, a block or so up ferry st.
  3. Anybody have any opinions on Oteri's Bakery on North 5th Street in Philly? Not from the area, but thinking of using them for pastries and cakes at my wedding. A friend recommended them to me. Any opinions? thanks
  4. Where is this place?
  5. I live a few minutes away and we either get takeout or dine here once a week. It's a veritable bargain and a very solid Thai place. By far better than any other Thai places in the immediate locale.... never been to Wondee's though.
  6. just outside princeton, in hopewell, are Blue Bottle Cafe & Brothers moon. If willing to travel outside of Princeton try either, although I have had a few outstanding meals recently at Blue Bottle.
  7. Speaking of Holsten's, according to last nights Soprano's episode, they have the best onion rings.... anyone ever try anything other than ice cream here?
  8. Linda's Chicken was my first job in high school. If I remember correctly, they had 3 stores at the time and the West Caldwell location was their best performer. Food was on par with Boston Market.
  9. Is the restaurant officially open yet?
  10. Just went last night. If i said that I was unimpressed, that would be generous. Service was mediocre at best. waited by the front door for several minutes before someone came over. The entrance is a little awkward as there is no one in the front of the restaurant greeting or handling diners. Service throughout the meal was slow and unattentive. Waitress had the warmth of an iceberg. Service aside, I can forgive and overlook service issues if the food in a restaurant is good. In fact, unless I am out with friends, clients or family, i don't really nit pick over service and really only ca
  11. there's a butcher on 1st street, just a couple blocks off washington that ive used that is pretty good. on the south side of the street. can't remember name...
  12. You're absolutely right!! I know this isn't exactly on topic, but why is that?!? When my bro moved to Montclair a few months ago, we went searching for Chinese food, and the only thing in town that was decent was Sesame. Truly surprising in a place with so many dining options. ← the best in the area is sesame or chengdu, however, i'm not a huge fan of either. if i dont feel like trekking out to fairfield, i usually will just have thai. brookside thai is really exceptional and cheap, to boot.
  13. genearally, I'd say that the seasonns is mediocre take-out chinese food. overall, very bland and few, if any, interesting dishes. the montclair area is a wasteland of mostly "order by picture" chinese places. while the four seasons is a cut above that, I'd say it's only a slight notch above.
  14. I called last night for a reservation. Apparently, the are no longer serving entree's. Too bad, dinner was very good there...
  15. anyone been here recently? thinking of going for lunch....
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