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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 269642
    All I can do is say, try it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher, post: 269649


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    No argument here. We've done it at least 3 and maybe 4 times, one of which was the chef's table, which both said would have been a lot more fun if we had had a group of people.





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    So you would say it's the perfect place for a silver wedding anniversary dinner

    What about a very fussy about food husband









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    Quote Originally Posted by Wendy, post: 269654
    So you would say it's the perfect place for a silver wedding anniversary dinner
    Absolutely. No doubt. Great choice.

    Really no other choice would be near as good.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wendy, post: 269654
    What about a very fussy about food husband
    No worries on that front. They're extremely accommodating. In fact, let them know your preferences before hand and they'll be sure to take it into account. Or, go for the chef's table and you can tell him in person. They're very responsive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wendy, post: 269654
    So you would say it's the perfect place for a silver wedding anniversary dinner
    Not a doubt in my mind

    What about a very fussy about food husband
    Well you know how useless I am I was really worried the first time we went to v&a but I need not have been. They went through the menu with me, discussed what I liked and I didnt. Indeed even on christmas day I swapped out a couple of courses for other things on the menu.

    The other factor for me is, things that I don't like at the "here's a huge dollop of food" cheapy places, I DO like when they're properly sourced and cooked So although I started swapping everything out, the last few times I've let myself try some more things knowing that they'll taste the very best they ever would taste!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wendy, post: 269654
    So you would say it's the perfect place for a silver wedding anniversary dinner
    As others have said Wendy, it is a great place for your special dinner and I`m sure that Chris would not leave hungry....the servers will make sure of that even if he is a bit "picky".

    We were at the Chef`s Table for our 25th wedding anniversary and the only thing they got wrong was that on our menus that we were presented with after our meal, they stated "Congratulations to Mr & Mrs xxxx on your GOLDEN wedding anniversary"! [No wonder that some of the chefs were giving us strange looks, thinking that we must have got wed when we were in our nappies. ]

    Although it was great, I would not recommend the Chefs Table for just the two of you.
    We went there later with some other friends and it was much better to share the experience with others.





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