We have dined several times at this very fine restaurant and have NEVER been disappointed. The menus are exquisite. Rather than provide a long-winded review, lets cut to the chase. As an example of the unusual items that you might find on the list of fare, we enjoyed, for desert, "Warm Guinness Stout Cake" ($9) served with butterscotch and malted ice cream. Tasted much like a spice cake or ginger cake, but not as sweet - Excellent. Main courses included charcoal grilled sturgeon ($28), seared scallops ($28), Painted Hills ribeye steak ($34), truffle roasted game hen ($28). There are also choices in the "First Course" category, such as roasted cauliflower, Hamachi, baby beets, charcoal grilled white prawns, etc. Prices in this category ranged from $10-$16.
The restaurant is located in a storefront building with limited seating. It is quaint but reservations are suggested, especially during the tourist season
Less I forget, the service was excellent. The chef was most accommodating in dealing with my lady's food allergies.