Although several employees passed us by without a word while waiting at the hostess stand, our experience only got better from there. Our waiter was prompt, personable, and attentive without being overbearing. We enjoyed several appetizers, all featuring fresh & local ingredients. Onion & oxtail soup was unique and flavorful, cheese platter features a soft cheese drizzled with honey & herbs, the beat salad was fresh and light. The entrees, grass-fed filet, sturgeon, and trout, were thoughtfully combined with complimenting selections such as fried cauliflower, parsnip & red quinoa, and sweet potato fritters. Don't be tempted to substitute sides or sauces, the balance is delicate and artistic, I wouldn't change a thing. Although pricey, 300+ for 5 drinks, 4 appetizers and 4 entrees, we were fully satisfied with the food and quite pleased with the service and ambiance. Would absolutely recommend as a nourishing, unique, & fresh meal after a long day of skiing.
The food runner did deliver the wrong meal to my dad, but our server, Aaron, was very accommodating. He immediately fixed the error and apologized. It all happened so quick, it honestly didn't bother us much. He actually made a couple jokes that lightened the mood. Much appreciated Aaron! Well done :)
Must add regarding the "odd table placement," my husband was right up against a giant pole that he had to walk around to sit down. At time the waiter or the next tables chair was right in the way. Didn't detract from the meal but was definitely awkward.
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