From Klaus's warm greeting to the champagne toast with the other guests to the last lick of dessert, this place was wonderful. Klaus and his lovely wife greet you and you share champagne with the other diners (up to 10 guests) in the living room for interesting conversation before being seated at private tables in the intimate dining room. The chef announces each course, all locally sourced. The wine pairings were wonderful. We had butternut squash soup, fantastic goat cheese tart, seared scallops, duck breast and apple cake with cinnamon ice cream. All served by Klaus and his charm. We'd love to return sometime! I almost forgot, the endless mini-popovers with honey butter were a temptation that we easily gave in to.