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6350 Hwy. 90A Send to Phone

Lunch Tues.-Fri., Dinner Tues.-Sat.
  • Parking available
  • Dress code: Casual dressy
  • Great Wine List
  • Reservations suggested

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Cafe Natalie Restaurant Review

: The strip-center locale of this suburban café belies its adeptness in the kitchen. Owner Eddie Bandak’s experiences with the romantic realm of continental cuisine are obvious with such touches as a green peppercorn brandy cream sauce ladled over chicken breasts. This is just one of the lunch items available by counter service, no less, with prices ranging from $5.95 to $7.50. Other specialties include the popular Southwest chicken breast, oven-roasted lamb shank and a variety of sandwiches on fresh-baked bread. Favorites include the half muffaletta, a New Orleans classic; the soft pita wrap with grilled chicken and Greek tzatziki sauce; and the Italian sub, with capicola and provolone. Hearty soups include a velvety version of shrimp bisque for just $3. At night, the prices go up as the lights go down and full service is offered. Still, for around $12, you can savor the salmon Mediterranean in a basil-lemon-wine sauce, or the beef béarnaise, featuring tenderloin medallions so tender you don’t need a knife. Finish off the evening with the sinfully rich, though amazingly ample, crème brûlée, for just $2.75.


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