Our dinner was extremely good, but fell just short of perfection in a few areas. The perfect: the crust on the yeasty bread, the spring pea soup was a visual and sensual delight, perfectly cooked swordfish and salmon. The not quite perfect: the beet puree on the salmon dish tasted out of place and overwhelmed the wonderful flavor profile of the rest of the dish, the heavy-handedness of the lavender in the honey-lavender ice cream and service felt a bit unnecessarily rushed for a relatively slow pre-season evening.
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