Bluezoo opinions please


#1

I know Franco and soundgod have eaten here. I know Franco enjoyed it. How about everyone else?
we are not on the dining plan this time so that we can eat at different restaurants…


#2

The stunning room is half the evening! Beautiful.


#3

We’ve been there once and enjoyed our evening, good food and good service.


#4

Ok ladies, Thank you. They have such mixed reviews. I was actually taken aback at some of the vicious reviews. So maybe we will go there for drinks one night and if it feels right, we’ll make a reservation for another night.


#5

That sounds like a good plan. The night we were there (a few years ago) wasn’t crowded at all, it would have been easy to get a last minute ADR.


#6

Some of those vicious reviews probably came from non foodies.
bluezoo is basically a fusion type menu and there’s lots of non standard combinations.

You’ll do fine there so don’t worry.
And you might have no problem getting a table as a walk up or perhaps you can order at the bar.


#7

[QUOTE=Soundgod;1114103]Some of those vicious reviews probably came from non foodies.
bluezoo is basically a fusion type menu and there’s lots of non standard combinations.

You’ll do fine there so don’t worry.
And you might have no problem getting a table as a walk up or perhaps you can order at the bar.[/QUOTE]

yes, I was thinking that too. Non foodies. Mashed potatoes and gravy is too much of an adventure in food :laugh:


#8

Right now, I’m going back over menus for our upcoming visit and decided I’d take a look at the most recent bluezoo menu.

Come on cookie queen, I don’t think you should skip it if you’re already trying to slot it in to your plans. That swordfish sounds interesting and so does “tonight’s dancing fish”.


#9

…gotta admit this mashed potatoes (sans gravy) lover had to look up Bluezoo…never even heard of this one…sounds good!


#10

I’m a mashed potato girl too but boy do I love a fancy restaurant/meal. We enjoyed our dinner at Bluezoo but haven’t been back because there are just too many new places to try.


#11

[QUOTE=Soundgod;1114155]Right now, I’m going back over menus for our upcoming visit and decided I’d take a look at the most recent bluezoo menu.

Come on cookie queen, I don’t think you should skip it if you’re already trying to slot it in to your plans. That swordfish sounds interesting and so does “tonight’s dancing fish”.[/QUOTE]

I have been eyeing this place for a few years now but with the DDP it was never a “let’s do this” thing. We actually stood in the doorway once but it was only late afternoon and the place was deserted. we should have stayed for drinks and a few oysters.

It is planned and the reservation is made. Doug you are a prince :angel:


#12

OMgosh I love me some mashed potatoes too. Nothing better than those with some roasted garlic butter and a sprinkling of kosher salt. Nom-nom :laugh:


#13

Youre making me hungry If I had to eat just one food for the rest of my life I think it would be a potato, sooo good.


#14

let’s get into the kitchen and fix some.


#15

Are we all invited? :biggrin:

I’m one of those non-foodies…I’d have to look up the restaurant too. :blush:

Buying pastries at France is about at classy as I get. :biggrin:


#16

[QUOTE=jo-jo;1114182]Are we all invited? :biggrin:

I’m one of those non-foodies…I’d have to look up the restaurant too. :blush:

Buying pastries at France is about at classy as I get. :biggrin:[/QUOTE]

not a question of classy or not, jo-jo :laugh: it’s a matter of eating to live or living to eat!
Sadly in my later years that has come to haunt me, my passion for food. I have grown out of my good looking clothes :pinch:

Anyway, come for mashed potatoes and gravy, you are all invited!