4 of us converged on this restaurant from 3 different directions. The place is not on the water, but there is a clear view to the Western sunset. Two of us orderd the skate (of which one would order it again / recommend it to others, the other was neutral) and two of us ordered duck and deemed it excellent. Coincidentally I had just ordered duck the week before at another restaurant, and now I realize it wasn't very good.
There are not a lot of vegetarian options.
All meals were creative, mixed several flavors ambitiously and successfully, and were a joy to look at.
The really fun parts were the unannounced between-course treats. They were creative, delicious and contributed to the feeling we were in a European restaurant. (Chef's way of giving us Americans multi-course meals in spite of ourselves!)
It was a quiet Sunday and Chef came out and answered all our questions! It is clear that quality is important to Chef.
The price for the four of us, including a bottle of Pinot Noir, a bottle of San Pelligrino, one starter, one coffee and one dessert, was $190 bottom line, which we considered worth the superlative meal.
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