Our party of four had a delightful dinner here. The crab croquettes were creamy and delicious. The gnocchi, steak, and cassoulet main dishes were excellent.
The chocolate soufflé was delicious. The only complaint was that vanilla bourbon ice cream and apple cinnamon were pared and HAD to be served together. We couldn't order one flavor without the other. Very odd! Service was attentive and pleasant. The room holds only about 30 diners, and has a mini fireplace. The owner is a true gourmet chef, and his wife is the warm hostess and room manager. A great place to dine.
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