Very creatively prepared food but exceedingly rich and difficult to finish; needs more subtlety in saucing, seasoning and combining of basic ingredients for my taste. Indifferent but professional service, adequately compensated for by the chef’s charming wife. Very attractive dining room but much too loud; difficult to hear one another at an average sized table of four. Excellent and nicely varied wine list. Expensive, but you know that going in. Will likely give it another try but would order much differently, sharing an appetizer and a main course for two people to avoid the effects of the heaviness and richness of the dishes.
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