Having tried scores of restaurants within a hundred mile radius of the Gypsy Apple since the 1960s, I can state unequivocally that this serves the best cuisine you will find. If this tiny bistro was in New York City, where I once resided for five decades, it would be regarded as a treasure and the chef/owner, Michael Westcott, would be given a key to the city. I have long hesitated writing a review of this place for fear the kitchen might be overwhelmed by the crowds but reading that one reviewer was "disappointed" because she felt that she might have been treated rudely because she was part of a biracial couple convinced me to add my two cents. Michael and his wife Amy, who doubles as a hostess, are a biracial couple, so that reviewer was so offbase as to defy common sense. To get back to the cooking: it is personal, fresh, often inspired, contemporary yet based on classical techniques, and invariably a delight to the tastebuds. If Michelin reviewed it, it would get at least two stars and a notice that it was well worth a detour.
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