This is a small restaurant with rustic brick walls providing an intimate ambience. White table cloths and an attentive waitress (Kelly) made for a great evening. Our dinner started with drinks and generous pours of wine. Mussel and foie gras appetizers were really good and served with toast points. Kelly kept her eye on us and, as bread ran low, kept us supplied without asking. This was no small feat as she was the only waitress in the dining room. The house salad had heirloom tomatoes and a nice dressing. Three us had the beef Wellington while I had the filet mignon. The Wellington was good but not great because it was missing foie gras for some reason. My filet was perfectly cooked medium rare and was thick and terrific. The entrees were accompanied by a wedge of scalloped potatoes and some veggies which included black carrots and french green beans. Coffee and a blue berry and peach cobbler finished off a wonderful evening. El Chompo bites again!
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