Truly a dining experience--from walking through the cutout in the hedge (there is no sign) into the lantern lit outdoor courtyard, to the fantastic service, wine and food!! It's definitely on the expensive side, meant for a special date or occasion or to impress.
I learned of this restaurant through Giada DeLaurentis on the Food Channel. She should have warned of the prices, though. My husband was a bit put off when we called for reservations and they curtly announced "there is a dress code". When questioned for details we were told "chic". I thought that was cute.
All in all though I'm so glad we went - it was wonderful. I hope to go again!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel has a comfortable, friendly and relaxing atmosphere of a “Home”. Each of the 5 guest rooms has a different style. There are cream-colored wool drapes, as well as wood and boarskin stools with metal studs, a desk designed by Bonan with arched wooden legs and sheepskin surface, Indonesian side tables, trunks in Chinese sheepskin from the 1800’s, lamps from the 1950s in opaque ceramic and wood with raffia shades. All rooms have bedspreads and cashmere throws by Loro Piana. Bathrooms are very spacious and all have large bath tubs. Room # 5 has a Steam Bath. All our rooms have king size beds with “Treca” mattresses, and accommodate maximum 2 guests per room. Breakfast is included in the rate. ... more less
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