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Old 07-19-2011, 05:09 PM   #91
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You know in brushing up for this trip, I can't believe how much they have changed the French language since I studied it in college thirty years ago.....
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Old 07-19-2011, 08:57 PM   #92
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Please confirm James and I. We both would like the Sunday Menu. Does anyone know what the dress code is for the restaurant?
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Old 07-19-2011, 09:08 PM   #93
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Please confirm James and I. We both would like the Sunday Menu. Does anyone know what the dress code is for the restaurant?
The website says "casual" and "bistro", so I would think it is not too dressy.

Confirmed your selections, looking forward to meeting you.

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Old 07-20-2011, 01:00 AM   #94
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You know in brushing up for this trip, I can't believe how much they have changed the French language since I studied it in college thirty years ago.....
D'accord!
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Old 07-21-2011, 07:49 AM   #95
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I confirm, and would like to order from the Sunday Roast Menu.

Thanks Frank!

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Old 07-21-2011, 08:35 AM   #96
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I confirm, and would like to order from the Sunday Roast Menu.

Thanks Frank!

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Matt,

Got it, thanks.

By the way in today's Philadelphia Inquirer crossword puzzle, clue 27 A was "Down under capital", eight letters starts with a C......

See you soon,

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Hi Frank,
Please confirm our reservation and we are interested in the Sunday Roast menu.Thanks

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Old 07-22-2011, 03:22 PM   #98
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Please confirm our reservation and we are interested in the Sunday Roast menu.Thanks

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Thanks, looking forward to seeing you both!

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Got it, thanks.

By the way in today's Philadelphia Inquirer crossword puzzle, clue 27 A was "Down under capital", eight letters starts with a C......

See you soon,

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I have confirmed our party and menu selections for FO, and it looks like the Sunday Roast will be Roast Beef with the traditional fixings.

The restaurant is going to confirm the Sunday Roast selection on August 30, so I will be able to see if you have any dietary issues or preferences with what they will be offering before we get to the restaurant.

Please check back on or about August 30th for the menu.

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I have confirmed our party and menu selections for FO, and it looks like the Sunday Roast will be Roast Beef with the traditional fixings.

The restaurant is going to confirm the Sunday Roast selection on August 30, so I will be able to see if you have any dietary issues or preferences with what they will be offering before we get to the restaurant.

Please check back on or about August 30th for the menu.

Thanks!

Frank
Good heavens! I'll be in London by then! I sure hope I have internet access somewhere...

Thanks again, Frank!

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Good heavens! I'll be in London by then! I sure hope I have internet access somewhere...

Thanks again, Frank!

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Any of these selections NOT work for you?

Roast Dedham Vale mature beef, yorkshire pudding,
duck fat roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables,
thyme jus £15.95

Whole roast Label Anglais chicken,
bread sauce, seasonal vegetables,
rosemary and thyme jus £23 (for two)

Slow roast Gloucester Old Spot pork belly,
baked apple sauce, roast root vegetables,
rosemary jus £14.50

Roast leg of English lamb,
duck fat roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables,
home-made mint sauce, redcurrant jus £15.95

Let me know and I will keep it in mind if we can't connect when the restaurant release the menu for our date.

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Old 08-30-2011, 11:53 AM   #103
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Confirmed the Sunday Roast menu for our dinner with Foxtrot Oscar today - Roast Beef.

Roast Dedham Vale mature beef, yorkshire pudding,
duck fat roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables,
thyme jus.

I also asked the restaurant for the best means to travel from the hotel to dinner and when I hear back, I will post their suggestion.

Seems either a taxi or the Tube annd a short walk.

See you all soon!

Frank
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Confirmed the Sunday Roast menu for our dinner with Foxtrot Oscar today - Roast Beef.

Roast Dedham Vale mature beef, yorkshire pudding,
duck fat roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables,
thyme jus.

I also asked the restaurant for the best means to travel from the hotel to dinner and when I hear back, I will post their suggestion.

Seems either a taxi or the Tube annd a short walk.

See you all soon!

Frank
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Old 08-30-2011, 12:17 PM   #105
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From Foxtrot Oscar -

I would advise travelling by taxis to Foxtrot Oscar, which takes approximately 15 minutes. Alternatively you could all take the tube which would take just over 30 minutes. You would need to travel from Holborn station and take the Piccadilly line to South Kensington. You would then need to take the district line to Sloane Square and from there it would be about a 10 minute walk to Foxtrot Oscar.

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