My husband and I get here about 2 times a year, usually for special occaisions and mostly because it is typically kid-free. We are always happy with our meals and this time was no exception. My husband ordered the Ommegang Abbey and appreciated that they actually served it in the appropriate Ommegang beer glass. I like that they have some of their choices available as a reduced-price "small plate." This is how I ordered my crab cake appetizer. It was the perfect size and just enough. My husband ordered the french onion soup. Be warned that the crock this comes in is huge and could be a meal in itself. It is also extremely delicious! I ordered the coq au vin for dinner and my husband had the veal ragout. Both were wonderful, but after that huge crock of soup, my husband barely touched his. When the waiter offered to wrap up our dinners I asked if we could also take home the bread we didn't eat, and he supplied us with fresh bread to take home. It's soooo good, even the next day! We both had dessert, I had creme brulee and my husband had the lava cake. Theirs is the best creme brulee I've had (and I've tried a lot of different places!) and my husband enjoyed his cake.
Of course this restaurant is expensive, but to us it is worth it. There are ways to make it less expensive but I think you should go there for the experience. Save your money and go. I don't think you'll be disappointed!
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