On arrival we noticed that All Spice is in a house and the several dining areas makes for a more intimate and quieter evening. The room we sat in had navy and dark emerald stripes on opposing walls, giving the room an especially sophisticated and relaxing atmosphere. Looking around it was clear that nothing happened by chance-the arrival of an amuse-bouche set the tone for the level of attention to detail and service. The menu was both familiar and novel, with traditional items like tri-tip, but with unexpected Indian-inspired spices, coffee in this case. It was tender and exceptionally rich tasting. The wild boar was spicy, with curry like flavors. Perhaps the most complex was the Ode to My Wife, Part II (the owners are married) a salad with contrasting flavors (beets and ricotta) and textures (cheese and almond crust) that made it truly stunning. The chocolate kulfi stimulated a debate about whether or not it was the richest and smoothest chocolate dessert we had ever tasted. The wine selection was creative and was focused on wine that was meant to be consumed with food! As we went out the door, "wow" and "fantastic" were the fist words uttered.
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