Ok, so Columbia has long been a culinary desert where there was only reasonably good Indian food at fairly cheap prices and the big chains. If you don't mind Carabba's, I guess it isn't too bad. But actually Columbians have more disposable income than any other city in the state of Maryland, so one would think that there would be good places to eat here. No, you have to go to Tersiguel's in Ellicott City, Mannequin Pis in Olney, or Bistro Blanc in Triadelphia to get the semblance of a civilized meal (oh, I forgot that sometimes Cafe de Paris on 108 can be acceptable for lunch). So why, have we been avoided for so long by all the good restaurateurs? It must have to do with our truly punitive 36 step planning process. At any rate, the new Petit Louis far outshines its Roland Park parent. It's wonderful. Beautifully decorated inside and out. We've been there three times now. Once was good, the second time quite crowded and the game was not so good, but this past week for one of the civilized lunches, it was exquisite. So, welcome Petit, we're hoping you're here to stay.
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