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Thursday, September 27, 2007

chef's tasting menu at Pho Paris

A dish for all you foodies:
Turns out that Jared Whalen at Pho Paris does a weekly tasting menu. Who knew? Not me, but apparently and Old Pho (in Oakley), his Thursday night tasting menu had quite a following. New Pho is still hopping, though, as I witness every night when I drive home. Tonight is his 103rd, he says, and it will feature tilefish, walleye and leg of lamb, among other delicious dishes. It's $54, and wine is included.
Oh, and I talked to Dan of Keystone bar across the street from Pho Paris. They have paired with their neighbors and dubbed the Roebling Point, in the hope of branding that up-and-coming area.


3 Comments:

at 2:32 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is exactly why i read the foodie report. thanks for the lowdown, stepf!

 
at 3:00 PM Anonymous nicejewishgirl said...

I read in the paper today that Coco's went under. I was a cocktail waitress there as an undergrad and though I wasn't a regular anymore, I'm sad to see it go. It's a great space though so I'm sure it will be snatched up soon.

 
at 7:08 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pho Paris is one of our family's favorite restaurants--always good and fun ( Maggie is " our" waitperson) .

 
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