I took my daughter to this restaurant based, mainly, on excelllent reviews on TA. The entrees of of salmon tartare and beef carpacio were very good. The salmon in particular was beautifully presented and delicious. The beef carpacio, while itself very good, was a less impressive entree. The parmesan was cut too thickly, not enough capers, fell short of expectations. The mains..my daughter had the 200 gm fillet with mushroom sauce. The fillet was a good piece of meat but the mushroom sauce was disappointing. Rather than have large pieces of mushroom it was a small container with some thick gloppy stuff. Much too salty for my taste. Also, the steak comes naked, as others have commented. At $35 this seems a bit steep and one has to wonder why a few sticks of asparagus or brocolli would be too much to put on the plate. My snapper was also disappointing. Two very small pieces of fish atop what was supposed to be seasonal vegetables. Having been to the Wellington market earlier that day, I expected some lovely seasonal vegetables...asparagus, brocolli, beans etc. Instead there was a mush of winter vegetables in a ratatoullie kind of tomato sauce. Not very inviting or very satisfying. The deserts were the highlight of the meal. I have come down quite hard on this restaurant primarily becasue it is a high end place, costing $190 for the two of us, including a bottle of moderately priced wine. Would I return? Probably not. There are other restuarants in town that serve up an amazing feast for this price and you leave feeling like it was money well spent. For this kind of money you can dine in style at Ambelli, Logan Brown, Martin Boselys. White House or Ortega fish shack.
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