Lee Anne laughs at how ridiculous she sounded. They sit down to try the dishes. They start with Dave's Lemongrass Crab Stack & Prawns with Court Bouillon and his hot Opa. Heh, that sounds like something Brian Hill might say: "She's got one hot Opa!" Stephen thinks peeling the prawns is really awkward. Yeah, but some people really do enjoy that aspect of eating shrimp and prawns. It's like peel 'n' eat shrimp on the boardwalk -- it's sort of homey and recalling childhood memories. It's so Dave. Lee Anne and Miguel say that the dish has a really good flavor profile; however, as Miguel tries to cut into prawn with a knife, it shoots off his plate onto the floor. "I guess that goes to show how high-roller I am!" Miguel jokes. Keller is totally cracking up, much to his own surprise, I think. He seems rather shy. I don't know why I have this sudden crush on him, but I do. Stephen, who seems more than usually fussily stuffed into his ubiquitous suit and tie, is meticulously dissecting and eating his shrimp. His tie is so wide and thick that it looks like a cravat. Talking about Dave's hot dish, Lee Anne and Miguel thinks the Opa has interesting flavors. Stephen reminds them that this is supposed to be food for high rollers -- gamblers who are handling thousands of dollars a hand. He wonders if this food is appropriate. "Give me some damn caviar," Lee Anne says. Miguel thinks the fish should have had a sauce.
Episode Report CardKeckler: A | 558 USERS: C+
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