We really like this restaurant: it's a refreshing cut above most of the so-called "chains". The ambiance and attentive service are well above that of the competition. We like their menu, too: not huge, but thoughtful.
But a weakness -- and one that is common elsewhere is a kitchen very committed to using "ample salt", ostensibly to add flavor to a dish.. I couldn't eat my clam entree because the sauce was too salty; and I felt that the minestrone was too salty to be enjoyed. Many physicians and dietitians suspect that too much sodium is unhealthy: so why not let the diner decide at the table with a salt shaker?
In defense of the staff, our waiter was wonderful and did everything in his power to "make it right". And we will be back, but a little more cautious about what and how we order.
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