My wife spotted this place on a shopping errand and wanted to try it, so we went with a friend on a Saturday night recently. We all ordered the high end seafood dishes and
thought they were delicious (and even without appetizers, completely adequate).
We shared two desserts, the limoncello dessert and the creme brulee. Both were
excellent. We will make it a point to return to try the less expensive dishes. An important thing to us, as well as the food, is to be able to enjoy conversation at dinner. Even though nearly full, this place was quiet enough for that. Kudos to all
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