A group of three of us dined here tonight. Traveling through the area, we had looked forward to dinning here based on reviews on this page and elsewhere.
The setting is beautiful. We were greeted by the host who was very friendly and accommodating.
We all had a three course meal; for starters we tried the West Coast mussels, which were excellent, and the foie gras, which was also a nice taste, but the sauce slightly on the tart side. For main course we had the game hen (fantastic!) and the sable fish (a little bland). Desserts were ok (chocolate pave and the small bites), but nothing special.
However, even though the food was good and the setting fantastic, we were disappointed by the service provided by our waiter, Brett. This was a quiet evening at the restaurant, a total of six tables were served by the three waiters and the host. On such calm a night at a winery restaurant I think some additional information about the menu and the wines served is called for. Our waiter was given the opportunity to pair the wines with our meal, and some information about what we were drinking and how it suited the menu would have made the night more enjoyable. We asked for some additional information, but the waiter could barely stop to talk. That said, the two other waiters, Julie and especially Amy, were very accommodating when they were available.
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