As retirees, we rarely dine out. But we decided to go for our anniversary dinner, because we knew it would be exceptional service and food! We opted for the 5 course meal option; it was all excellent! The highlight was the entree...we each ordered their Angus Beef and Mushroom Brochette; the beef was very tender, and there were delicious vegetables included with a brandy peppercorn cream sauce. They served our entrees and desserts on antique roof tiles. My husband had their Classic Creme Brulee served with a ladyfinger cookie; I had their Chocolate Feuilletine Torte with Vanilla Bean Marshmallow Mousse, Coffee Ice Cream and Belgian Chocolate Ganache. The food and the service were exceptional, as always!
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