We went to this restaurant after reading the reviews on trip advisor. The dinner started with the waitress asking if we brought a bottle of wine. We don't drink much, but I had read they charge a corkage fee ($6) so we just stuck with water. The amuse bouche was O.K. A dry cracker with a bit of brie. We then had delicious croissants. I wish I would have eaten them all, as they were the best part of dinner. For dinner I had the veal. It was a bit thin and chewy. Sauce was good (bacon, tomato reduction) but a bit salty for my taste. My fiance got the beef tips bourguinon. It was topped with puff pastry. This dish was good. For dessert we got creme brulee. Honesty, for $8 I expected a little bigger dessert than a standard, small dish. The carmelized sugar on top was too thick. I can make a better creme brulee at home. In retrospect, I would have passed on dessert. Overall, the food was O.K. I don't think I would return for another meal (cost versus ($80) versus food quality was not worth it).
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