My mother and I had dinner here and it was a memorable experience. She selected the veal breast, I had Lobster Thermidor. The restaurant is gated off from the main entry of the restaurant and is lobby-level, so it is accessible for individuals with limited mobility. There are a number of alcoves where you may be seated. If you have a special need related to mobility, make sure you tell them when you make the reservation; some spaces are tight. The menu is sparse but holds all sorts of promise. The wait staff bustle about. We enjoyed our meal tremendously and the desserts, the handiwork of a pastry chef, are sin-tillating. Enjoy the peacocks on the table and ladies, they bring a little upholstered stool upon which to rest your purse.
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