The restaurant is tucked away inside what looks like a country store selling dishes and kitchenware. When you walk through you enter the restaurant which is sophisticated but low key.
The basic menu is a set price 5-course dinner with multiple options for each of the courses. You can also order a la carte if you wish. Service was attentive, friendly, quick, but never obtrusive.
But the best part was the food. Truly outstanding. It was one of the best meals I've had in the past decade and my companion said it was the best she'd had since she was in France several years ago.
Besides the dishes we ordered, they brought out three different "suprises" from the chef--a tiny puff pastry filled with melted cheese that was to die for, a beautiful little tray of golden beets with an unusual glaze, and a selection of delightful desserts in addition to the desserts we ordered. And when we left the ladies in the "country store" at the front urged us to take home free bread, muffins, whatever... Amazing experience, that was fun, satisfying, surprising, and delicious. I'd go back again tonight if I could. Well worth the visit.
And regarding price, for two of us the total came to $150. She had a glass of wine, I had a beer, and we ordered a la carte. Expensive, yes, but well worth it.
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