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Old 09-26-2011, 05:56 PM   #3
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Yeah believe me I was wishing I had a camera but everything was very last minute and I had no idea we had reservations at any of these places. I would NEVER imagine myself spending a weekend in Beverly Hills but damn the food was nice. Spago was pretty impressive especially when you consider how long it's been around. Gnocchi in a lamb ragu and slow roasted leg of rabbit

Chicken and waffles at Buchon was unbelievable, the waffles were chive and bacon the chicken was pan roasted as opposed to fried which made me hesitate but it turns out the skin was super chrispy. All served with sides of a pan reduced gravy with extra bacon thrown in the mix, vermont maple syrup, and Tahitian vanilla bean butter that was just this side of a butter cream frosting. If this is what Thomas Keller does for brunch I can only imagine what French Laundry must be like.

When you say DR do you mean Dominican Republic?
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