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(Closed) Picotin

European, French, Western

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3 votes

$53 based on 10 reviews
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Leongis • 24 Dec 20121 reviews 0 followers

I've read so much about Picotin and was excited to try it. Make no mistake, the food is on the pricey side, considering that most of the restaurant is alfresco with pitiful fans that so little more than decorate the place, and stir up great globules of black gunk from the extremely filthy roof rafters.
 
Pumpkin soup $17: given the price, i was expecting something pretty spectacular, but none of my kids would touch it after the 1st mouthful...

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Leongis • 24 Dec 20121 reviews 0 followers

I've read so much about Picotin and was excited to try it. Make no mistake, the food is on the pricey side, considering that most of the restaurant is alfresco with pitiful fans that so little more than decorate the place, and stir up great globules of black gunk from the extremely filthy roof rafters.
 
Pumpkin soup $17: given the price, i was expecting something pretty spectacular, but none of my kids would touch it after the 1st mouthful...

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Delima • 06 Dec 20108 reviews 1 followers

Went to Picotin for dinner and thought it an exceptional place. It is tucked away and has great ambiance, surrounded by lush greenery. It's offers a bar, inside and outside dining areas. They even have a movie night every Wednesday!
The service was great even though there was an corporate event on; they managed to accommodate us with smiles and prompt response times.
The wine list was a little bare but still offered a wide variety.
The food was excellent...

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audreywong29 • 12 May 20103 reviews 0 followers

When you go to Picotin, wear jeans , do not wear a teeny-weeny mini skirt like I did , because you will have to wriggle your way through lunch on a high bar chair and experience many sharon stone moments, sigh.We started with a white onion soup with chives. It was delicious with a piece of stinky cheese in my soup. Yumm ! Next is the caramelized pork belly with smoked bacon and pearl onions. This is THE BEST !!!...

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