It was pouring buckets outside. Good thing there were warm tones on the walls, lots of fabric and low dividers to create quiet pockets for conversation, and such informal but knowledgeable waitstaff who all pitched in to keep service flowing. The menu is short, with a couple of interesting specials. All of us enjoyed our plates but the goat cheese beignets and spring rolls were memorably fine appetizers, and the pork tenderloin in cider with the World's Best Scalloped Potatoes (oops pardon me, Dauphinoise) was outstanding. Portions were reasonable, leaving room for dessert including a sticky toffee pudding that, apparently, was too good to share with the others at table. Good wine list. Not cheap -- $250 for three people, three courses with wine -- but decent value for money.
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