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Le Pavillon Restaurant Review: This 1868 Colonial has stood the test of time and even boasts a ghost or two. With a few European owners lurking about its history, this eatery dishes up an appropriately eclectic European menu. Rack of lamb marinated in red wine, honey and special seasonings is the restaurant's hands-down favorite, but the bouillabaisse comes in a close second. For the hearty eater, there’s also Viennese schnitzel or sauerbraten and spätzle. For dessert, ask for the refreshing crème de menthe parfait. A smaller-portion menu is a boon to those with dainty appetites or pocketbooks. Choose among six dining rooms for a cozy candlelit dinner that will capture the spirit of St. Augustine and the flair of Europe.