This restaurant is a traditional fine dining restaurant. As a foodie, the food was nice, but not incredible. However, presentation of the food made the meal memorable and fun. They start by giving whoever made the reservation a little hand written welcome note. Amuse bouche was cute, little pieces of bacon hung on with a tiny clothespin on a line, cheese lollipops, truffle oil infused popcorn, cheese cigar, olive cake. How often do you get maple smoked salmon coming to your table in a box that literally has smoke coming out of it, upon opening? The entrees for the discovery menu (the $69.50 one) were good. Presentation for the cornish hen cooked in hay was beautiful. They brought the hen over to the table while in its dutch oven lined with hay. The aroma was amazing. However, when they actually brought you the dish, it was two pieces of cornish hen breasts that were not that great and did not carry any of the amazing aroma as previously presented. The rest of the entrees were good. Dessert was made to look like a fried egg and french toast stick - it was marshmallow with half an apricot in a perhaps tapioca pudding. Beautiful presentation. Food was good, but I would recommend the restaurant based on the "show."
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