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    didier is offline
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    Milk & Cookies

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    Re: Milk & Cookies

    Not many reviews there. Memories past.


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    Re: Milk & Cookies

    Quote Originally Posted by andynap View Post
    Not many reviews there. Memories past.
    We passed the place many times. Different vibe there than before.

    And speaking about memories, does anybody know where is the waiter with the ponytale, who worked there for Franck, then moved to Orega, and later to General Quarters? We saw him in GQ last time a few years ago, when he had a daughter and thus cut his ponytail.
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    Re: Milk & Cookies

    That would be Max, Leon.. We had the pleasure of seeing him bartending for this past June's sunset tapas and cocktails at Santa Fe Restaurant in Lurin
    Remember Yesterday, Dream About Tomorrow, But Live Today.

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    Re: Milk & Cookies

    Any, you should start a server personality list, a la Kevin’s Resto list!
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    Re: Milk & Cookies

    Quote Originally Posted by amyb View Post
    That would be Max, Leon.. We had the pleasure of seeing him bartending for this past June's sunset tapas and cocktails at Santa Fe Restaurant in Lurin
    Yes now I remember his name, Max. Thank you, Amy!
    Enjoying St Barth since 1998

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    Re: Milk & Cookies

    Great memories of bygone days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyb View Post
    That would be Max, Leon.. We had the pleasure of seeing him bartending for this past June's sunset tapas and cocktails at Santa Fe Restaurant in Lurin
    . . . and when talking with him at Santa Fe, Max told me that he would be working for Herve at the new "Buns" place in Lorient.

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    Re: Milk & Cookies

    We have seen photos but have there been reviews of the ‘buns’ place as yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stbartshopper View Post
    We have seen photos but have there been reviews of the ‘buns’ place as yet?
    We went to Buns a few weeks ago for a later lunch... I just had the regular smash cheese burger and fries. It was actually very good, as I prefer the "smash" type burgers as compared to thicker ones. The fries were pretty good, too. No sign of the famous Salad Pilou, though. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by le_reve View Post
    We went to Buns a few weeks ago for a later lunch. No sign of the famous Salad Pilou, though. lol
    Tiffany, we can only hope the Salad Pilou makes it back on the menu and is available at the all new rebuilt Cote de Port at its old Gustavia location.

    Good luck with that plan, Herve.
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    Speaking of Salad Pilou, I really miss fish soup that I used to eat in Le Rivage. Did any of you remember it? Maybe Herve will bring it back too?
    Enjoying St Barth since 1998

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    Re: Milk & Cookies

    What reviews of Arawak do Forum people have?

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    Re: Milk & Cookies

    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Speaking of Salad Pilou, I really miss fish soup that I used to eat in Le Rivage. Did any of you remember it? Maybe Herve will bring it back too?
    nothing was better than the fish soup at Bananiers

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    Re: Milk & Cookies

    Not up to the quality of Franck’s Le Carre
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    Re: Milk & Cookies

    Agreed Amy; Franck's Le Carre was memorable

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    Re: Milk & Cookies

    Le Repaire used to make good fish soup as well.. not so sure if they still do or not?

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