This small restaurant is tucked in the Sweet Bay strip mall - the name is only on the the glass window, making it difficult to locate. The tables in back half of the restaurant allow the diners to watch the chef-owner, Richard, prepare the meals- make sure you request one of those tables. The waiter presented us with a complimentary bruschetta with mozzarella and white beans.We had the baked mushrooms- which were wild mushrooms with a delicious cheese and brown sauce. The other appetizer was a special for the evening- ravioli stuffed with ricotta and spinach in a butter sauce. The pasta on the ravioli was wonderfully thin and delicate and the dish was rich and flavorful. For my entree, I ordered the wild salmon.It was cooked perfectly with a butter type sauce, but the orzo underneath it lacked flavor and salt and robbed some of the flavor from the salmon.. The other entree was veal Porcini. Nice flavor, you could taste the butter, once again, and that also was placed over the disappointing orzo. We normally do not eat such rich food,but we would go back one more time. Also its BYOB, and cash or check.
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