Food was good, but in VERY small portions. Drinks were delicious, but at $11 and up - shouldn't they be? Left there hungry even though I had a starter (salad), pork medallions (sized for a child), an dessert (a lonely, small crepe on a huge plate). The plates are enormous, but the portions are so small you're certain it's the middle of the Depression. It's a cute, bustling restaurant, but the cost of dinner for 4 of us was outrageous. We've paid less at the Morrison House.
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