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We came here in spite of the negative reviews that we read on yelp. The place & service is pretty good, but the food not really. Me and my husband ordered the lobster ravioli (sharing). It was simply not worth it (priced at 34$). Our...More
The food at Wild Fig is excellent indeed. It’s a mix of cuisine from around the Mediterranean, and very well executed. Service is exemplary and quite anticipatory.
Lovely venue. A fine wine list but the markups are very (very) high.
One of the best places...More
This small restaurant is therefore, not surprisingly, a little noisy but the very good food more than compensates. We had a pear and endive salad followed by main courses of equally tasty scallops and lamb shank. The menu is limited but all offerings looked good....More
We had dinner in February at The Wild Fig and it was a very good experience. Not many options in the menu if you are vegetarian, but our dishes were cooked to perfection. Very cordial staff. Be sure to make a reservation.
From the front door attendant who found us seats at the bar on a busy night, to the bartender, Amy, who was on the spot with promptly served drinks and helpful menu suggestions, the service at Wild Fig was outstanding. The menu offered enough diversity...More
Three of ate there while on a ski trip. We all started with different salads, all excellent. I had the Greek salad, it was different and wonderful. Bread was crispy, warm and fresh. For the main course I had a salmon dish which was perfect....More
My husband and I ate here after skiing and enjoyed both dinner and the cozy atmosphere. Our favorite dish was the octopus and chorizo appetizer which was delicious! I also had a wild mushroom risotto special for dinner, which really hit the spot after a...More
We ate at this small restaurant with a group of friends, and we really enjoyed it. I had the true Greek salad and the lobster ravioli. We had a nice round table so that we could all hear and see each other. The somilier recommended...More
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