Well, well. Had new year's eve here. The hospitality was excellent and the service exceptionally good given a completely full restaurant for the second or third serving.
Wines were $28 for a half bottle of Chablis and $40 for a half bottle of St. Esteph Bordeaux. The degustation menu was the only one available that night and it was six courses plus dessert. I found that the preparation was very good, a bit rushed and the seasoning was way too low. Nothing popped, but everything was very good. The creme brulee de pate is excellent and inventive. The filet and lamb filet were very good, but both were short on flavor. They shouldn't have been. So, I had a great time, enjoyed the experience, but feel they didn't land for $350 of dinner. Perhaps a slower night will be better..
Certainly worth eating here.
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