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Chez Loma: Worth Saving Up For!
ine French dining at it's best. The prices are high in this historical landmark house, built around 1889. Chez Loma opened it's doors over thirty years ago and still offer chef table service..
The prices are rather high, and if you remember that you get what you pay for, it will be well worth saving up for.
Only opened for dinner.
An interesting thing I noticed while updating this tip, their prices have not changed for many years! So, I've reduced the category, to about average. It's no longer expensive compared to other places in the area! Take advantage and treat yourself.
Favorite Dish: Les Hor d'Oeuvres--Pate du chez
Entree--Carnard Roti or Filet de Porc
Prix Fixe Menu #2 is $45.00 and would be my choice.
Happy Hour between 5pm and 6pm is a good deal and they do have a full bar.
An Early Dinner, served until 5:45 p.m. offers three courses for $24.95 and is the most economical way to go. Not to mention the choices are very good.
Wines run up from $28.00 a bottle and $6.25 a glass. The wine connoisseur might want to try one of several Wine Flight selections offered. (3-5, Three ounce carafes of select wines.)
Desserts are fantastic and there is a cheese plate offered for $9.95 that shouldn't be missed.
Chez Loma: Quaint Cottage French Restaurant
This is a tiny restaurant and might not be a great place for large groups. There were six of us and we sat cozy all together at a half booth with chairs. The service was wonderful and the food was great! We had lunch here so we were given a brunch menu. I ordered the Frisee Lardon, poached eggs, frisse lettuce, bacon, croutons salad. I enjoyed it. Others ordered the Duck Tacos, Salmon Crepes and Salmon Eggs Benedict which were also quite tasty. I would definitely go back, maybe next time for dinner.
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