I've looked at this place for over a year but never visited, I think I tried once before but couldn't get a table for that evening. So we went last night for our anniversary dinner and it was well worth it. Yes it's a little more expensive than other restaurants but we still felt it was great value for the experience. It's a relatively small place so I would suggest booking. We had the pate and charcuterie that they make in-house, definitely enough for 2 to share and really tasty with their home made bread. Then we had the salad that came with the dinner, I added Rockfort cheese to mine and it was delightful. For the main course my wife had the duck breast and I had a special, bouillabaisse with American Snapper, Shrimp, Scallops and Mussels in a saffron broth. Both were wonderful. The chef cam out to see how everything was, this was probably his third visit to the table, and saw I was running out of the broth and went back and personally brought me another bowl of it. A different waiter cam over and decanted our wine and talked to us about why and with it being a 10 year old wine it needed time to breathe. Our waitress was also very friendly and checked in with us during every course. We finished up with 2 Grand Marnier souffles with a separate bowl of the topping, can I say DELICIOUS. It cost close to $200 including the tip, but we were there for 2 hours, had a wonderful experience, left full and very satisfied. If you have a special occasion, I would recommend this place to make an impression on your other half. You can tell the owner/chef is passionate about the restaurant, I don't think I've ever been to a place where he visited the table as many times.
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