Catherine cooked us a fantastic meal. Highly recommended. We will look at a cooking class here when we next visit - can't wait.
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I had a totally lovely dinner and great wine. The restaurant is in a nice street away from the Main Street,a Little hidden away. The food was delicious, the service was great and the atmosphere was lovely. Will go again soon.
I did learn a lot at the cooking class, however the salt crusted chicken was dry and the substitute fruit for ice cream in the profiteroles was more like a sauce than ice cream. The class took about 4 1/2 hours.
1) dinner Saturday night , 3 of us. My wife , a close friend and I spent an evening at Reed's eating. Each ordered a different starter and main along with two deserts to finish off a perfect meal. Chef picked out a perfect red....More
M husband and I went with another friend, there was only one other couple there. A very small place..Catherine is your owner, server ,hostess, and chef..and she does it wonderfully! As one reviewer said "just go!" It was nice to go somewhere that wasn't on...More
Catherine Reed gave us a wonderful and entertaining hands on cooking class. We actually prepared our lunch from start to finish, and then sat down with her to a fabulous meal. There were only four of us in the class so we really learned a...More
My wife and I were lucky to get a reservation at Reed. It's a small restaurant and the chef personally welcomes you and takes your order. There were three selections for appetizers and entrees. We chose the pumpkin soup and artichoke/mushrooms in white wine as...More
This place was intimate and wonderful. The food tastes like home cooked and the service is wonderful. I even went back for an awesome cooking class. Learned a lot, enjoyed the stories and the food. Will go back and recommend to all my friends.
I had the opportunity to eat in Catherine's restaurant after taking a cooking class from her as well. (Separate TA review) The meal was just perfect, from the cauliflower soup, the artichokes, beef bourguignon, a glass of great wine and a dessert that just topped...More