We enjoyed the tomato Gorgonzola soup, greens salad with goat cheese, pear and walnuts to start. For entrees we had the salmon with a dab of caviar which came with risotto and vegetables and the duck a l'orange which came with a dab of fois gras, polenta and vegetables which included sliced turnips and carrots and slices of turnips and some spinach. I asked that my duck be prepared medium well instead of the usual medium rare and they accommodated me. It was delicious although I would have enjoyed a bit more l'orange flavor in the reduction. For desert the house made raspberry sorbet and peanut butter gelato with house baked cookies were excellent. We enjoyed Oregon red blend and Pinot Gris wines by the glass. Our tab was $146 for the two of us, including two glasses of wine each and since we were celebrating our anniversary well worth the food, ambience and oh so excellent service.