I was excited to try this restaurant. It is lovely inside, but that is where it ends. The $28 entree I had (trout) tasted like styrofoam. It was over a tiny bit of unseasoned greens and the carrot puree in the description was a little smear on the side. The red cabbage side was hard and I did not even attempt it, it was so unappetizing. There was no starch . My husband's pork was tiny, also, similarly priced and tough. It is a good thing that the bread was good, because we were all hungry. A cup of coffee was $4.00 and no one offered a refill. Undaunted ( and still hungry) we ordered three very expensive desserts for the four of us. The Apple crisp was OK, but not crisp. The burbon bread pudding was good, but I could not taste burbon. The chocolate peanut butter pudding was said to be " warm", but it was cold. I will say that they adjusted the bill , but it could not have been enough. It is a noble idea, but this was the worst restaurant I have been to in many a year, and we travel all over the world. Really bad.
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