One of the most beautiful places in terms of location and decor. If you come in late spring or summer, you can sit on the patio and enjoy the wonderful greenery but spray yourself with mosquito repellent, the restaurant doesn't have any mosquito repelling candles or torches on the patio.
Servers were decent but we had to ask for water refills and my mom got a little attitude from one of them when she asked for extra spices/oil for her beef tartar.
They were nice enough to call us a cab though since we were finishing dinner when it was completely dark outside.
Neither the green salad with goat cheese nor the beef tenderloin prepared according to recipe of head chef to King Augustus were special or memorable dishes.
The food was just ok and if I would ever go back it would be for the beautiful setting.
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