Took my girlfriend upon the recommendation from my parents. Made reservations online one week prior, & was accomodated within 30 minutes of my 7:00 pm request. My folks said the place was small, but I guess I didn't realize that it is inside a small house. The reviews I had read on TA told of the noise level, but that was only one of the issues I had. If you are claustrophobic at all, probably not the place for you. My girlfriend and I were seated at a two top by the window, and the gentleman behind me kept banging my chair with his. The place filled up fast, no chance to relocate. It did get very loud, not the place for intimate conversation. The server seemed a bit out of it too. My girl asked her for a specific wine & at first she said they had it, but then said they didn't. Weird. I did mention in my online reservation and again in person, that it was my girlfriend's birthday. At no time did anyone acknowledge it. We opted out of an appetizer, choosing the a la carte salads instead. Someone brought both of us a slice of delicious sourdough bread while we waited for our $12 salads. They were presented beautifully, but they were a bit difficult to eat since the beet & carrot strands were left in a bunch atop the greens. My girl ordered the pork tenderloin & I ordered the duck. Both arrived looking fabulous. Both tasted great. The noise level & the constant jarring from the guy behind me, sort of spoiled the mood. And the chairs are not comfortable at all! There seemed to be alot of servers standing at the front, but not really doing anything but bringing bread to newcomers. I would have liked an offer of a 2nd piece of bread with dinner, but that didn't happen. I thought perhaps the chef might provide a birthday cupcake, or SOMETHING to acknowledge my partner's bday, but that didn't happen either. We simply asked for our check, and left. I felt a bit disappointed because I wanted her birthday dinner to be special. It wasn't, though she pretended it was. I doubt I'll return. Not that it was an awful experience, it's just that I've experienced so much better service/food/atmosphere at alternate resaurants. I still will take my parents advice, but just not for dining at Le Clos. I'll go back to Salt (at the Ritz Carlton), in a flash, though. That restaurant is worthy of supreme accolades.
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