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Old 01-01-2013, 02:15 AM   #291321
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...which is on the cooling rack now.
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I had a nice prix fixe dinner tonight and the dessert was passionfruit cheesecake with a raspberry sauce. Was really light and delicate, and tasted great.
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Sounds dericious.
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Sounds like something from Roy's Steakhouse
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Was a japanese-french place, called restaurant shiro in pasadena. At like $380 for 3 dinners and a bottle of champagne, it was overpriced for what it was. Tasted and felt more like a $60 per person dinner instead of $90, and service was lacking.
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As long as you enjoyed yourselves, that's all that matters.

Only 3 people, though?
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