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Businiess name:  Louis XIII
Review by:  Trinette K.
Review content: 
There are so many wonderful facets of Louis XIII that I don't know where to start. Is it their wine selection - it's the largest, most extensive selection in Minnesota, boasting a two-story glass wine rack that takes a floor to ceiling ladder to maneuver. Is it the lushly romantic, yet modern ambience? Their custom made, one of a kind "kissing booths" offer draw back curtains for additional privacy. Or maybe it's the Sunday night Desperate Housewives party that makes it such a fun spot to enjoy top shelf cocktails including an extensive martini & champagne cocktail selection? How about the food though? It's a true blend of Asian French fusion, with more focus on the French. The appetizer selection is delicious, if not pricy. But the Prince Edward Island mussels in teriyaki cream sauce will have you mopping up the bottom of the bowl with french bread. And the lobster or shrimp lollipops are crispy, sweet & spicy. I would stay away from the sandwiches, unless you're there for lunch. But don't go there for lunch - dining at Louis XII is an experience that should be savored, and not rushed. For dinner, the standouts are their Braised Short Ribs, which are succulent, savory & fall off the bone tender. The nut crusted JonDory (a white fish from off the coast of Austraila) with risotto is excellent and a luxurious entree choice. By the time the dessert cart rolls around, you'll be rolling your eyes with delight. The offer the ubiquitous vanilla creme brulee, but the real treat is authentic Apple Tarte Tatin. Go for the atmosphere, rich & seductive. Try the drinks, pricy but tantalizing. Stay for the meal - and you'll go home a changed person.

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