We went to The Opus to celebrate an anniversary, and were rewarded from the minute we arrived. The staff were courteous and always seemed to be anticipating our every need.
Decor is understated but elegant. Classic crisp white tableclothes and comfortable. No loud music and space between the tables.
And, then, there was the food. Again, traditional fare done to perfection. The menu is short and to the point, which is kind of assuring. My wife had lamb and described it as the best she'd ever had. I went with fish of the day, grilled snapper, and it was excellent. Sweets, again, was a limited list but both our choices were delicious.
It is expensive, but worth it. If you want a special night out, this is the place.
Only complaint? We have different tastes in wine and prefer to go by the glass, and that list was much more limited that the wine by the bottle menu.