We arrived with gracious salutations from an enthusiastic staff.
The dining areas are charming, and besides management, so was the waitstaff.
We were seated immediately, with dirty menus (perhaps part of the charm?), yet no wine list in sight and although it took 4 conversations to get water to our table, the rest of service was pretty spot on-ish.
Started with the onion soup gratinee which was warming and rich, as it should be, but our asparagus and egg app was so over cooked and mistreated, I wanted to give them a better home.
We moved on to a classic Sole dish w/ sauteed mushrooms, which my lady loved, but I, unfortunately, was on the receiving end of a lamb dish that couldn't have been more inedible. I tried my damndest to navigate through 3 large gelatanous globules of the being, but to no avail.
Starving, yet a bit defeated, I opted for "one last dance", and ordered the melba and an espresso. The ice cream was good but the espresso was so flat, it reminded me of the 6th grade.
As we were hovered upon to leave, just as we were to come in, I asked if I could speak about our experience and was hesitantly obliged. When doing so, very politely, I was rushed with a scripted, "I'll give you after dinner drinks!" Meh, thanks but no thanks--that won't cut it "kind" sir
Having have worked at and dined at numerous Michelin starred restaurants, I'm sure they are and know I am, embarrased to be in the same company.
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