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post #16 of 20
Ahh, I live about 5 minutes away. Food was average, I found...
post #17 of 20
/off topic. Royal, now I know where you get your fashion advice that you post on ITM from :0 (or maybe you already were fashion 1337 before finding SF, lol). --djway
post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by Zubberah
Been to all the 3 and 2-star restaurants and largely agree. Glad Rockpool and Balzac got downgraded. The former has been grossly over-rated and over-priced for sometime (although American tourists seem to love it) and the latter is just far too salty.

There's nothing worse than a salty Balzac...
post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by Wade M
/off topic.

Royal, now I know where you get your fashion advice that you post on ITM from :0 (or maybe you already were fashion 1337 before finding SF, lol).

--djway

Heh.. I'm a relative newcomer to SF but working my way around the sartorial set for most my working life now.

fashion 1337... that's almost an oxymoron,
post #20 of 20
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Went to Marque on Saturday. Was fantastic. Will post a review link once written. I've also got to write reviews for Uchi Lounge, Republic Dining and also have in the next week Sugaroom and Mahjong Room to add to that list - not necessarily fine diners, but some quality there without doubt.
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