We had eaten at Bar Louis in Hotel Fauchere before, but this was our first time in the upscale Delmonico Room. It was the special Thanksgiving dinner, and a good value at $65 pp. It began with a wild mushroom bisque that was quite good. Then came diver scallops, beautifully cooked and prepared - easily the best course of the meal. The third course was an excellent butternut squash salad. 5 stars to this point, but then it lost a little ground. The main course (turkey of course) had white meat and dark meat each compressed into separate portions. It was succulent but not authentic tasting, almost like gourmet processed food. We did not think it worked at all well, and the stuffing was sub-par also. The dessert was strange, with an over-sized piece of plum pudding and an undersized dab of very good cranberry ice cream. The service was rushed, and just by chance there was a loud drunk man in the dining room who made the meal unpleasant for everyone else, and he happened to get worse as the meal itself declined. An automatic service charge of 20% was new to me for a small group of diners.
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