Eulipia Restaurant & Bar
Posted: 11/18/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Our party of 8 had reservations for 5:30, got there at 5:40 got seated at 5:55. Restaurant was empty at the time of our arrival. This should have given us a clue but we had an 8 pm show, so we stayed. Appetisers were delicious. We had a chance to sample and share several and all were good: muscles, fried calamary, oysters and shrimp satey. We had high expectations for main course. Duck breast was half burnt and whatever was not burned tasted awful. Lamb was not made to ordered doneness. Ahi tuna was bland and not interesting. If you still decide to go to Eulipia, I recommend to stick with salmon, which is difficult dish to ruin, and they were able to get it done right. Since the service took long time, we were not able to sample their desert.
Posted: 6/17/2002Provided by Citysearch -
I recently took my wife to Eulipia for her birthday and we were treated to exceptional food and a great value. They are currently (as of 6/1/02) running an anniversary prix fixe menu consisting of 4 courses for $25. The menu excludes a few items but still provides 3-4 options for each course. The meyer lemon artichoke appetizer was a favorite as was the flat iron steak. Save room for the molten chocolate cake dessert! It was intense. Make sure to ask for the anniversary menu upon arrival and when making the reservation.