My wife and I decided to celebrate our anniversary with a first time visit to this restaurant. We had been to the location a number of times... under different names and owners.
Tonight we started with the spinach salad which we fortunately decided to share. It was a very large salad and we had leftovers. The salad was comprised of Baby spinach tossed with oyster mushrooms, red onion and cilantro vinaigrette, topped with grilled prosciutto and applewood cheddar... very tasty.
For entrees I had the Ribeye steak and my wife had the Tenderloin, both perfectly cooked to medium rare and with a very tasty light sauce. The tenderloin had a potato-chive spring roll which my wife liked but could eat only half. My potato was a simple double stuffed which actually seemed more like a mash back in the skin. The seasonal vegetables were cooked very much to my liking with still a bit of crispness.
Although in the end it did not matter, I was surprised that there was no bread served with the salad or with the dinner. Not a big deal unless you like places that have some artisan breads.
The wine list was minimal, a half dozen choices of red and a half dozen of white and nothing special in the mix.
Service was average. There was one other table of six and one fellow at the bar, so pretty quiet. We were left pretty much on our own, which is not all that bad.
We would not feel at all bad about taking visitors there for a good meal.
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