HI I've been to the Cannibal a couple of times since I used to live nearby. I agree with the other poster who said they had a rough dinner experience. Service can be slow. All the small dishes add up in price really fast and you dont leave full...but it is tasty. The beer is pretty extensive and the servers really know what they're talking about. I think the Cannibal is a great lunch/early afternoon to evening sort of place. Perfect if you want to nibble your way through a few hours with friends and some great beer.
yes omakasa for 100 pp would be difficult to find..... Annisa, Boulud, and Aldea are not what I'm looking for, I'm trying to find something different than a usual date night place. But I'll certainly keep them in mind for the next time we go out for a dinner-date. :)
I go out for dinner for work a lot, and this is probably a question for another time, but how are they for groups?
checked out the link you posted but we've been to momofuku ko (and all the other momfuku's) been to Danji Kajitsu wasnt enough food for the big guy been to WD 50 been to modern at the moma been to neta been to Mission Chinese
kinda hoping for something off the beaten path....
Hi The boyfriend and I are celebrating our anniversary in August, and rather than do a fancy-shmancy dinner at one of usual suspects, we want to do something different. We want an interesting dinner, something unique. It doesn't have to be fancy, it just has to be GOOD.
We're really adventurous eaters, our only "no" is offal. (I tried...I tried so hard to like it, but just can't)
We're thinking maybe a traditional meal from somewhere a little off the beaten track? Maybe going for the best omakase or mole in town? We don't care if we're eating out of the side of a truck, sitting communal, or are the only english-speakers around.