what was the best meal you ever Had?
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Posted by Caplewood on 1/14 at 3:19 pm to Tiger Ryno
Dining room at ritz Carlton Atlanta back in two Michelin star heyday
Or
Any meal I had in Iceland. Whale being a high point



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Posted by glassman on 1/14 at 3:20 pm to Caplewood
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Whale being a high point



What is that like?



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Posted by Solo on 1/14 at 3:24 pm to Tiger Ryno
Peristyle when AK was in her prime.


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Posted by glassman on 1/14 at 3:40 pm to Solo
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Peristyle when AK was in her prime.


We have always agreed that was the best restaurant in the history of the city. The only time I ever had a problem is when they had me booked on the wrong night. No problem, made a table up and had a great meal.



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Posted by Martini on 1/14 at 3:49 pm to Gris Gris
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The Inn at Little Washington dinner and breakfast.


My mother's favorite. Patrick O Connell is probably a top three chef in the United States for over 30 or so years and is self taught. I have his cookbook and it's incredible.

I have no best meal. I've had plenty of great ones but I can't really just pick one as best ever.



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Posted by Gris Gris on 1/14 at 3:55 pm to Martini
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My mother's favorite.


My Mom's as well.

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Patrick O Connell is probably a top three chef in the United States for over 30 or so years and is self taught.


Definitely, but when I state is was my best meal, I'm including everything about the meal including the manner in which is was served, the ambience, etc... Loved everything about it.

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I have his cookbook and it's incredible.


I know. I gave it to you!!!

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I've had plenty of great ones but I can't really just pick one as best ever.


One of my second favorites is eating at Casamento's.



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Posted by supatigah on 1/14 at 4:17 pm to Gris Gris
Some steakhouse in downtown Calgary, Ca
Can't remember the name if it though

We were there for a conference and we went out as a group of ten. Had a private dining room and the chef just brought out food for two hours.


My favorite meal with my wife was at Lilette in uptown NOLA



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Posted by nolaTiger24 on 1/14 at 4:24 pm to supatigah
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Mama's fish house in Maui last year hands down...wonderful experience


I will be in Maui in 3 weeks. Already made plans to go here. Any other recommendations while there?



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Posted by BottomlandBrew on 1/14 at 4:32 pm to Tiger Ryno
Despite having claimed that Taco Bell was the "greatest food ever" numerous times while under the influence, I think the best meal I have ever had would be a 9 course dinner at Per Se in NY.


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Posted by glassman on 1/14 at 4:34 pm to BottomlandBrew
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best meal I have ever had would be a 9 course dinner at Per Se in NY.


Crunch wrap supreme number two?



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Posted by Tiger Ryno on 1/14 at 4:49 pm to supatigah
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some steakhouse in downtown calgary


Ceasers? I ate there in the Fall...wasn't all that impressed. it was very good, but as much as they hyped it up it didn't deliver for me...Alberta beef is not my favorite



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Posted by Tiger Ryno on 1/14 at 4:50 pm to nolaTiger24
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Any other recommendations while there?


I have many many recommendations. Where are you staying? How long will you be there? How much $$$ are you willing to spend?



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Posted by BottomlandBrew on 1/14 at 4:50 pm to glassman
Yeah, but no sour cream.


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Posted by carnuba on 1/14 at 4:57 pm to nolaTiger24
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I will be in Maui in 3 weeks. Already made plans to go here. Any other recommendations while there?


go to the hula grille and bring me
back some fire water



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Posted by Ysebaert on 1/14 at 4:58 pm to Tiger Ryno
I have no idea the best meal I've ever had, but had dinner at The Getty Museum Saturday night. Dungeness crab cakes, quail, diver scallops, sorbet & berries while looking down on LA. It was a very good meal.


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Posted by Martini on 1/14 at 5:12 pm to Gris Gris
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I know. I gave it to you!!!


Well don't I look like the jackass. Yes, yes you did and I thank you.



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Posted by Gris Gris on 1/14 at 5:38 pm to Martini



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Posted by jmcs68 on 1/14 at 5:41 pm to Tiger Ryno
My Dad's Boiled Crawfish.


RIP Daddy




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Posted by Caplewood on 1/14 at 5:58 pm to glassman
Better than the best beef I've had. Done prime rib style with a mushroom gravy


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Posted by AlmaDawg on 1/14 at 5:59 pm to Tiger Ryno
After a week long hunting trip on one of GA's barrier islands when I was 17. We ate very spartan, mainly canned foods. We were not prepared food wise.

Came home, and mom had a big pot of chicken and dumplings and biscuits ready. I ate like an animal. That was the finest thing I have had to date.



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