Good selection of food, but an even more impressive selection of wine and spirits. I ordered the portabella stuffed with crab, which was good, but a tad runny. My wife ordered the grilled swordfish which was superb. Though the portions are not huge, remembering this is dining, not eating.
The decor was pretty unique, utilizing the old train station structure wonderfully. The acoustics are painful with only a few diners and having a private conversation can be difficult.
The service was very good and prompt, though there was almost no interaction.
Overall the meal was enjoyable, but a bit on the expensive side. Still, we wouldn't hesitate to return.
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