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Just called them, they aren't doing a special xmas menu as such, only for xmas eve. Love the wine list....drooling....


As u guys know, money not an issue, also it's xmas so sensible spending goes out the window for me, I like to celebrate!...venue/food/atmosphere are my only concerns.


I think I will take the le-banyan option. It looks great!


Cheers SD and all who helped out. Much appreciated, will report back on my experience there.

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Le Banyan:

Venue: Great

Food: Good

Atmosphere: Never had a bad suprise

Price: Price ok for what you get


5 stars hotels:

Venue: So so

Food: Ok but nothing special

Atmosphere: Bad, especially when there are buffets on offer

Price: Overpriced for what they offer


Enjoy your dinner

-> why you didn't order food by phone (some restaurants must have a "christmas special" menu.


Set up the table at home, candles, cleaning a bit the surroundings, set up nice music, nice lightings -> far more intimate and private

(or maybe you are as lazy as I am?)



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2001 Gevrey-Chambertin Pierre Olivier 4990.-

2002 Chassagne-Montrachet Pierre Olivier 3800.-

2001 Nuits-Saint-Georges Pierre Olivier 6500.-

the second is a white wine; the other two are red!

good ones but not top wines from burgundy like Romanee Conti, Richebourg or Charmes Chambertin!


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