We like restaurants that emphasize local farm-to-fork cuisine. And that brought us to Camille's. Made reservations, were promptly seated on time. As higher end restaurants go, Camille's is average. Food is good, but not exceptional, wine list is limited (wine cellar space issue?), the waitress friendly, but rather defensive when questioned about the food and wine.
The soups as appetizers were quite good. Main dishes were good, but the portions of protein and vegetables were über small. We split a flan for dessert, which was without any character.
For price and quality, I think there is better. Unlikely we will be returning.
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