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Perigee 2007


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Had planned on a meal there in December -- didn't happen for various reasons! Please give us a full report as there will be a visit in my near future as well.

Barbara Laidlaw aka "Jake"

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I posted my visit there from February 2007 on my photostream not too long ago. You can find all associated comments for each dish we received in the two 7 course tasting menus we were served in the link below. Enjoy! :wink:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/sifu_renka/se...57600029526154/

Regarding what to eat, if you are fortunate enough to get the goose, that's quite nice. And if possible, see if you can get the Foie Gras "Waffle" course. I still dream of it. :wub:

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I posted my visit there from February 2007 on my photostream not too long ago.  You can find all associated comments for each dish we received in the two 7 course tasting menus we were served in the link below.  Enjoy!  :wink:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/sifu_renka/se...57600029526154/

Regarding what to eat, if you are fortunate enough to get the goose, that's quite nice.  And if possible, see if you can get the Foie Gras "Waffle" course.  I still dream of it.  :wub:

Nice pics!

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I posted my visit there from February 2007 on my photostream not too long ago.  You can find all associated comments for each dish we received in the two 7 course tasting menus we were served in the link below.  Enjoy!   :wink:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/sifu_renka/se...57600029526154/

Regarding what to eat, if you are fortunate enough to get the goose, that's quite nice.   And if possible, see if you can get the Foie Gras "Waffle" course.  I still dream of it.   :wub:

Nice pics!

Thanks! :smile:

Looking forward to your report! When should we expect it?

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Recently gave Perigee a third try after two previous disappointing visits.

The good news - it was easily the best of the three.

The bad news - even after determining any allergies, they AGAIN served one of the forbidden foods (it was in a pre-dessert presented as a bonus dish).

This has now happened on all 3 visits!

And although the food was much better, I still think that the 'surprise' nature of the menu prevents any reasonable wine selections being made. And in the interests of fairness, the wine selections this time were certainly an improvement on the disastrous choices on previous visits. But still relatively uninspired (compared to e.g. Splendido, which is in a comparable price bracket).

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I posted my visit there from February 2007 on my photostream not too long ago.  You can find all associated comments for each dish we received in the two 7 course tasting menus we were served in the link below.  Enjoy!  :wink:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/sifu_renka/se...57600029526154/

Regarding what to eat, if you are fortunate enough to get the goose, that's quite nice.  And if possible, see if you can get the Foie Gras "Waffle" course.  I still dream of it.  :wub:

Nice pics!

Thanks! :smile:

Looking forward to your report! When should we expect it?

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