Comparisons are inevitable with Rundles, a restaurant with a long-standing impeccable fine dining reputation, with prices to match, sharing the same building, and likely the same kitchen. The atmosphere at Sophisto-Bistro, a small intimate space, is more relaxed, but the menu and cooking leave nothing to be desired, and the prices are easily justified.
Our party had good things to say about the beef short ribs, and the hanger steak. Another plus was being within walking distance of our B&B.
Now having enjoyed meals in both restaurants, in my opinion, there is little to choose from between the two, except Rundles' ambience, ambitious menu, and beautiful view.
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