learning timo is owned by the same group who run ken's creekside, which is one of our favorites, we decided to try it. because timo does not take reservations, we arrived around 6:30 on a saturday night and were immediately seated. the restaurant is of medium size, fairly dark, and resembles a wine cellar. satisfied with the ambience, we moved on to the menu, which is unique. many of the plates are small and appropriately priced. my wife and i shared apple/fig/cheese bruschetta, and another variety topped with sweet tomatoes. both were excellent. we also shared melon with prosciutto which was delicious. filling too quickly, i opted for the new zealand mussels which are "dry", rockerfeller style. they, too, were very good.
next time, we would like to try the lobster pot pie, which is said to be a whole lobster served in broth in pastry. (at $32 it better be good.) the dry aged beef also intrigues us as do the cheese plates. all in all, timo was a delight to which we will return.
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