Our experience is that of a good dinner damaged by a very poor dish. After a pleasant amuse bouche, my husband enjoyed the smoked duck diablos, and I had escargot sauteed with asparagus, hearts of palm and baby artichoke served in lemon garlic butter. This was a terribly designed dish because you couldn't eat the artichoke half. You couldn't peel leaves by hand because it was in a soup of lemon butter. A fork and knife were ineffective on the artichoke, also. The tart hearts of palm combined with the tart lemon butter was really unpleasant, so the escargot and aspargus were the only tasty bits amidst frustration. The tamale stuffed pheasant and smoked angus rib eye were both delicious entrees, and the wait staff were just right.
I am sorry to rate this restaurant 3 stars, but it is inexcusable to have a really poor dish at a restaurant this expensive.
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