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View Poll Results: SCREAMING EAGLE
poor 2 12.50%
average 1 6.25%
good 3 18.75%
very good 4 25.00%
excellent 6 37.50%
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Old Sunday, June 3rd, 2007, 03:02 PM
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tell us what you think. vote and/or write comments.
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Screaming Eagle Restaurant-Lounge grand opening is today. Last week was a soft opening. It's located at La Quinta - where Crustaceans & Steak was. The restaurant is owned by Erwin, the chef at Flying Fishbone. He also is the chef at S.E. Kitchen hours are 5-10 pm Mon-Sat. Lounge hours 5 pm-1 am Mon-Thurs. On Fri-Sat the lounge/bar is open 'till 4 am. Closed on Sundays. Reservation phone # is 587-8021. You can also make reservations by e-mailing the Flying Fishbone @ info@flyingfishbone.com and note on the e-mail that the reservation is for the Screaming Eagle. The menu: SCREAMING EAGLE MENU

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WOW, what is it with the high prices. $29 for a chicken breast, $11 for strawberries. Guess I will not be going here anytime soon.
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i was just going to say the same thing carol.

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I love pumpkin soup - but $12.
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I stopped looking after the "creme brulee of duck liver"!
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Twelve dollar for the pumkin soup? c'mon now
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check the menu in liz's first post.

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Because of responses to his menu that I posted the other day, the owner of the new Screaming Eagle Restaurant asked me to post his NEW menu prices. I haven't looked at all the menu prices yet, but I did see that he did lower his pumpkin soup price. I love pumpkin soup.

This is the message that the owner asked me to post: We can ensure you that our menu is not over priced since we work with very rare and exclusive products. But to get a chance to prove ourselves we lowered the prices.

SCREAMING EAGLE – NEW MENU
SCREAMING EAGLE – DESSERT MENTU

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it is a wise owner that listens to his customers. i totally respect this person.

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Because of responses to his menu that I posted the other day, the owner of the new Screaming Eagle Restaurant asked me to post his NEW menu prices. I haven't looked at all the menu prices yet, but I did see that he did lower his pumpkin soup price. I love pumpkin soup.

This is the message that the owner sent me: We can ensure you that our menu is not over priced since we work with very rare and exclusive products. But to get a chance to prove ourselves we lowered the prices.

SCREAMING EAGLE – NEW MENU
SCREAMING EAGLE – DESSERT MENTU
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this is the website of the screaming eagle restaurant

www.screaming-eagle.net
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Been doing some reading on the Screaming Eagle and pretty excited about going there.

Anyone know the attire............shorts, slacks/collared shirt?

Sound like they are trying for that New York/SOBE Chic atmosphere.
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Website and Menu for Screaming Eagle http://www.screaming-eagle.net/

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Had dinner w/friends here the other night. I had the duck and it was quite good. I also had a chocolate brownie for dessert that was especially good. Prices are up there so I won't be frequenting this place but the atmosphere was wonderful and the service excellent. We ate inside, but there's also an outdoor patio area that looked very inviting. Beautiful decor throughout and nice big bar area. I'd definitely pop in just for a drink and people-watching.
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Where's the best place to sit for dining out with friends at this restaurant? There are so many options to choose from: indoor, outdoor, in bed. What to choose?
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Don't waste your time or your money! The food was poor, the service was terrible, the management does not care. Probably the worst dinning experiance on the Island!
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I stopped looking after the "creme brulee of duck liver"!
This is by the Way a Fantastic Tasting Dish you better don't miss there !!!
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kasi, how does the taste of duck liver compare with beef or chicken? i must say that although i like liver the description of that dish really turns me off.

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Its not to compare to Beef or Veal Liver at all it has a fine lightly Gamy taste with some nutty notes to it it tast best accompanied by some sweet fruity sides like Apples, Peers ,Carnberries etc......
I like it quick sautéed and deglazed with a good splash of Calvados ( apple brandy from Spain ) sweet Onion or Apple Confit .

The Version Erwin at Screaming Eagle does is one of my Favorites and very tasteful.
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thanks kasi! with that description it almost sounds tempting. i've learned that some foods really taste a lot better than the ingredients make them seem.

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Its not to compare to Beef or Veal Liver at all it has a fine lightly Gamy taste with some nutty notes to it it tast best accompanied by some sweet fruity sides like Apples, Peers ,Carnberries etc......
I like it quick sautéed and deglazed with a good splash of Calvados ( apple brandy from Spain ) sweet Onion or Apple Confit .

The Version Erwin at Screaming Eagle does is one of my Favorites and very tasteful.
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