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Casa La Femme
Posted by BertaNY on 08/24/2007
Being Middle Eastern I thought the food was very very salty. I had a headache through the next day and can only contribute it to the high salt content in their food. The portions are extremely small, and quite expensive. The bellydancing is wonderful! The girl was absolutely breathtaking! Food not much to talk about, atmosphere very Middle Eastern and comfortable.
Posted by Teresa on 06/11/2007
I surprised my boyfriend for his birthday. The service was great, food was excellent and the show was sexy. We couldn't have asked for more. I recommed this spot to anyone looking for a perfect romantic night out.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/29/2007
I decided to try Casa la femme with my husband this past Sat night. We made 8:30 reservations for the prix fixe menu. Everything was delicious and there was plenty of food. I would reccomend swapping the soup (very garlicy water) for a salad. We knew going in that it was going to be a pricey dinner, but it was worth it. Everything was perfectly seasoned from start to finish. I highly reccommend the stuffed pepper appetizer. My husband had lamb chops for his entree and wasmore than pleased. We would definitely reccomend this for a romantic night out.
Posted by FoodConnoisseur on 02/15/2007
As soon as my girlfriend and I entered the restaurant we thought we were in some eotic part of the world. The waitstaff was friendly and took our coats. Our Egyptian meal was delicious and exotic. The highlight of the evening was the bellydancing. We had a great time and would recommend this reataurant to anyone.
Posted by sajp on 02/09/2007
After hearing about the Casa La Femme, I decided to take my boyfriend there for our annual christmas celebration. I asked if they could set the mood in terms of romance and I was told things would be taken care of- and to trust him. We entered this restaurant, which seemed out of this world, and were immidiately greeted with the friendliest staff. They took our jackets, offered drinks and just made us feel at home. I opted for the Prix Fix menu (which is by far the best deal) and in doing so, I was given a private seating with drapes that allowed us to seclude ourselves from the rest of the public. When i opened the drapes to enter our section, i was thrilled beyond belief! It had such a warm, welcoming feel- rose petals, candels- the whole nine. Dinner was fabulous- I ordered the chicken as my entree and i actually found out that this entree was written about in food magazines- it was spectacular- juicy and so flavorful. We enjoyed watching the bellydancer around 10pm in which we stayed and enjoyed a hookah. They did not rush us out of the restaurant- we left when we were ready. Overall, it was an intimate night full of laughter, great service and ultimate romance. I highly suggest bringing your loved one there for a memorable night. We still talk about to this day!
Posted by Natalie on 06/20/2006
The food is very good but depending on what you order the serving can be small. For a starter, I would highly recommend the babaganoush (comes with warm, seasoned pita). As for an entree, I would recommend the sea bass with the roz sayadeah rice on the side. Their dessert is mostly Greek style and is very tasty. The atmosphere is the best part. Try not to go there on a Friday or Saturday night because even if you make reservations you will still have to wait atleast 15-20 mins to be seated. Since the old manager has left I would say the service has dwindled. Overall, I would recommend going here on a weekday at around 9pm to catch the belly dancing show and to avoid the weekend craziness.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/24/2006
I went here for a friend's birthday, where we sat in a "private" tent. For those in a tent they make you get the price fixe dinner, which is $55 not including beverage or tip. It is 5 courses yes, but honestly, the best part of the meal was the yummy hummus appetizer and dessert. The belly dancer was mildly entertaining, but the food wasn't worth the price.