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Old 02-17-2013, 03:00 PM   #16
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DH and I are relatively adventurous eaters, but certainly not used to many of the items on the V&A menu. There were many things on the menu that I never thought I would like. Luckily, we had read enough reviews from people that said, "Trust the chef!" Despite having the same worry of possibly not enjoying the meal, we went for it. We both very, very much LOVED the food and the entire experience. If you're going to try something 'strange', try it here...it will be prepared the absolutely best way you will EVER be able to have it.

I never ever thought I would be able to eat lamb and rabbit. Sorry to say, they are WONDERFUL! (Are you able to get the wine pairing...might help in that aspect? LOL) I am not a fan of seafood, but my scallop was incredible! Give yourself a push to try some new things. There was SO much food...even if you end up not liking one course, you'll get plenty to eat.

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Old 02-17-2013, 04:24 PM   #17
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And ruling out most everything else, that just leaves pork. I can't remember ever seeing a poultry entree at V&A, tho duck and quail are often appetizers.
I had chicken, Poulet Rouge Oscar, for my entree last Nov, so it is offered occasionally. It also made me realize that chicken can be exquisite! The stuff at the supermarket is barely a relative

I encourage you to step out of your comfort zone. I despise beets, but ordered the beet carpaccio as one of my courses and it was delicious. Out of this world tasty. I figured, if anyone can show me the merits of a particular food it would be V&A's. I was right
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Old 02-17-2013, 04:31 PM   #18
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I also had a chicken entree, so apparently sometimes they have it.

I'll merely echo other posters. We ate there for our anniversary and it was the best dining experience I've ever had. You have numerous choices so you will likely find something that sounds good to you. And, for sure, trust the chef. I tried several things I'd never had before and they were just delicious. Additionally, even if you get something you don't love, you get soooooo much food it won't hurt if you don't eat all of one course. I was so full by the end I couldn't even finish my dessert. But, seriously, there was not one thing I ate that wasn't mouthwateringly delicious.
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