Our first visit to this restaurant, based on a coworker's recommendation. Food was beautifully presented, inventive combinations. We both had perfectly cooked fish. Service however was a bit rocky. I wasn't asked if I wanted another beverage once my glass was empty. When I did request a glass of wine, it didn't arrive till dessert. Dessert itself was beautiful and delicious (sorbet sampler), but it arrived without a utensil with which to eat it. While we waited, another waiter noticed and brought us spoons. Check arrived without a pen, etc. We also waited a bit long between appetizer and entree.
Menu varied with several meat and fish offerings, pizzas, one vegetarian entree. Menu descriptions a bit vague in spots, but our waiter did know more about what was on offer. At the top of the price range for the valley. We spent $133 with two appetizers, 3 drinks, and a shared dessert for two (including a modest tip).
We ate in the old house portion of the restaurant, which was restored and modernized just enough. Got pretty noisy when it filled up though. The glitches didn't spoil our evening. We will go back. Just a bit puzzled about the service, which wasn't "up to" the food.
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