A very unique setting with outdoor seating on two levels. The lower level includes lounge chairs and couches where people remove their shoes and curl up with a drink and friends. The upper level has widely spaced tables with an herb garden on one side. The herbs are used in the cooking. For another plus many of the vegetables are local and or organic. The beef and other meats come from environmentally conscious farms. There is additional seating inside.
We ordered Pot au Feu which is a fancy name for chicken cooked in a broth. The broth was served on the side and had good flavor, but the chicken was a bit dry and ordinary. For the other dish we had Buckwheat Crepes stuffed with vegetables which seemed rather bland. With two glasses of wine, no appetizers and no dessert the bill came to $105 after we included a tip.
Given the price we expected better tasting food.
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