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“Best dinner in a long while - anywhere - not just in Black Mountain.”
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Que Sera
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Good for: Romantic, Special occasions, Local cuisine
Dining options: Breakfast, Dinner, Reservations
Reviewed August 9, 2009

Linda and I ate here while on a church retreat. FABULOUS from start to finish! Crab stuffed banana peppers (picked from their garden and served chili rellenos style) were superb. We had to order a second one. Both entrees were exceptional. Local trout pan fried to perfection and fresh grouper as good as we have had on the Alabama gulf coast. Wine list adequate and prices lower than we are used to. Service was also excellent. Ask for Brad Brasher, you will not be disappointed. He is pleasant, knowledgable and patient with your every question. Made us want to check out the Bella Luna Inn, the bed and breakfast he and his wife, Cynthia, own in Black Mountain. You will not be disappointed.

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Thank Pick021
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Reviewed August 4, 2009

After a 5 1/2 hour drive around the through mountains to get from Charleston to Black Mountain, we were beat from the day. Once we checked into the retreat center and unloaded our bags, we set out for Black Mountain for dinner. Not exactly looking forward to dormitory food for the next 4 days, we thought we'd eat with the locals for this one night., Que Sera's simple and sophisticated ad in the local tourism booklet caught our eye - and seeing that they have limited hours each day, well, we figured it had to be something special. Something special is right -- we both had a seafood dish - tender, succulent, even sweet - the vegetables probably picked that afternoon - and the blackberry cobbler for dessert was literally Summer In A Bowl... let alone the silkiness of the Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie... the service was friendly, gentle, and nonintrusive (such a gem THAT is these days!)... we found ourselves restored after this meal. If we're ever back this way again, Que Sera will have us as visitors once again. That is what was so special - we were visitors in town this 1 time... and we feel we were treated to the best food and service Que Sera had to offer to us, total strangers. Such a welcome to Black Mountain!

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Reviewed January 13, 2009

to Que Sera in Black Mountain. We have gone there for Sunday brunch, lunch, and dinner many times and have always been treated like royalty to the best food in WNC. The service is magnificent, Carl and Janie always make you feel special. We recommend it to all our out of town visitors and they rave about it.

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Reviewed October 28, 2008

Service that you usually relate to restaurants in large cities is accompanied by Southern Hospitality and food that has brought joy to everyone that I have recommended this restaurant to. I'm that boring diner that orders the same thing at restaurants each time I visit, and here I almost always choose one of their specials, and of course the fresh oysters when they are in season. Here's a selection of their menu: Coffee-Rubbed Filet Mignon with Bordelaise sauce, double stuffed potatoes and spinach Madeline. For fish lovers, Redfish Anna offers slightly blackened Redfish with Jumbo Lump Crabmeat and green onions, served on baked Asiago cheese grits with Creole meuniere sauce.

Thank rowpatton
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