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Posted by Foodie Chef on 08/10/2007
I've been a vegetarian for a while, but I also enjoy a nice meal, and I have to say that Green Zebra did not really live up to my expectations. The food was fine, but nothing mind blowing, nor did I feel like the menu was particularly enticing. For a better example of Chef's cooking, go to Spring, which is absolutely delicious.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/04/2007
Just enough food, and a bit too much attitude. Food was very good. Very intricate selection of flavors. They come in small portions which is great, just when you are ready for another bite, your plate is empty and all you want is just one more taste. Just before you can figure out what happened, they carefully place another artfully arranged plate of deliciousness in front of you. The emotional roller coaster goes on for about 3 more plates. Until finally when it's over, you are surprisingly full and very satisfied. A few from the female staff seemed quite pretentious for some reason, maybe it was just me. 2 from my table noticed the other 2 didn't. It's definitely worth a second shot, I would hate to not be able to eat here b/c I feel unwelcome. In my opinion this place is a very good value at $55 for the chefs tasting menu. I couldn't duplicate that meal in my house for my wife and I at that price and that's where I see the value.
Posted by hannah on 02/27/2007
Good service, food was tasty but menu is arranged to start off with more subtle flavors and work towards more intense. My "more intense" small plate was bland and almost a chore to eat - one dish was quite outstanding (sunchoke ravioli). For the two of us, no drinks, no appetizers, and two "small plates" each was over $90. Take full advantage of the bread that they hand out and fill up on that.