Charming garden setting, lovely food, I love the grilled salmon and the couscous for lunch.
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We ate here in late December, and sat outside on the terrace, where there are high powered heaters which kept us comfortable. Sitting outside was a great choice here, as the view of the house, terrace and gardens are the best thing about the restaurant....More
We expected something special after reading the tripadvisor reviews. Unfortunately we were disseapointed. The food was nothing special, we were seated in a tent which was cold and had no atmosfere, visiting this place in summer is probably a better idea.
A multicourse dinner, yet we were out of there within the hour. They brought the soup almost directly and after they took away the plates, the main course followed swiftly. It al went a little too fast to call it a nice and relaxing dining...More
In the spring & summer months my favorite "date night" with my wife is the Anne Ticho House on Tuesdays. -Make a reservation to get a good table, I learned that the hard way:) - They have a live trio jamming out jazz, klezmer, and...More
Excellent food, served by attentive servers. Sitting outside adds much to the enjoyment of the evening. We went on a jazz night and enjoyed the live music very much. Prices are decent- not moderate, but not really high. The food is most delish!
Ticho house has a simple yet elegant menu. We visited with 2 couples and enjoyed fish and pasta dishes which were well prepared, pleasant to the eye and served with care and professionalism by the staff.
Lovely setting, good food: watch out for that soup in a bread bowl -- you won't be able to eat much else after that! Portion sizes are very generous. Next time I will start with the desserts.
This is a place for local comfort food in an interesting historical setting. While too salty the food was satisfying in its preparation and presentation. Do try their signature soup in its edible ( bread ) bowl.