Four of us went on a Saturday night for a 'good' dinner on the advice of friends who praised it, and is othrerwise regarded highly. What they offer is a "four-course prix fixe menu of Chef Sbraga’s artful interpretations of American cuisine."
We had one white wine, and among others, we picked the salad, shrimp, melon soup, eggplant, papardele, lamb, chicken, meatloaf, four different desserts, and more. We felt that most of the plates looked and tasted very good, although some were notably peppered. But every plate had a smaller portion of food that I would normally expect.
Thinking about it, I believe that this was really a 'small plate' menu, dressed as an elegent 'prix fixe'. Further on this, I appraised whether each dish, on average, was worth $12.25. Compared to what was usually available in Philadlephia, I decided no. And the small amount of wine in a large wine glass was not worth $14.
It might be reasonable in an elegent setting, but the room was nothing special. The tables were very close together, especially on the side. The tables in the center were so close that it was hard to move between them, as the place was full.
Service was good, but a little on the fast side for a 'good' dinner. At our center area table we were able to talk reasonably, despite the music.
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