The Lakefront Restaurant is a charming pleasure from beginning to end. We ate there twice in three days. The building, dating from the 1920's feels old and real. The chef has been there for some years, and supervises carefully and continuously. He usually come out and greets diners. One night a foie gras pate was an appetizer choice. Several fresh fish were included for dinner selections, a most cosmopolitan menu indeed. A marvel of delivery and careful logistics. No less than 6 lovely vegetables accompanied the main course, including a lovely grilled bok choy, roasted beet, mashed carrot/potato. Dessert included wild Main blueberry tart with ice cream, trio of homemade sorbet-gelato-ice cream, and a Grand Marnier sabayon. Wine choices are lovely, too and helpful waitresses describe and recommend expertly. What a pleasure to have such a special meal in such a far-away place!
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