Four of us enjoyed the ambience and fine service at this lovely Bethesda restaurant. Our starters were terrific: 2 different delicious salads, sweet potato gnocchi, and cold soba noodles with ceviche-style chunks of shrimp and scallops (least tasty of all the appetizers). Main courses were perfectly sized and perfectly cooked: wonderful poached halibut, grilled rockfish, tasty veal tenderloin (3 thick slices) crusted with macadamian nut chutney and presented with purple Okinawa sweet potato puree. We shared an order of their wonderful, signature dessert of "pig brittle" with pecans and proscuitto and an item new to the menu, apricot crumble (tasty but smallish). Coffee/cappucino was particularly flavorful, we thought.
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