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Bill Miller

Cafe'Rabelais--Rice Village

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Lovely! I had the flank steak and Jane had Croque Monsieur, both with wonderful pommes frites. I had a green salad with mine. My house Cab by the glass was reasonable and good but jane raved about her 05' Chene Marchand Sancerre (by the glass). Good service- no reservations--friendly--will try dinner next.


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On a nice day, Cafe Rabelais's mussels and frites outside with one of their many half bottle selections is one of the best things ever.

I personally think Rabelais is more of a lunch spot, but it's still good for dinner.

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On a nice day, Cafe Rabelais's mussels and frites outside with one of their many half bottle selections is one of the best things ever.

I personally think Rabelais is more of a lunch spot, but it's still good for dinner.

I'll go anytime but I like it for dinner because of the nice wine list.

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