We are staying at a bed and breakfast for the first time in Eureka Springs and this restaurant was recommended to us by our wonderful innkeeper. We went there on our first night's stay and were starving because we had not had time for lunch! We were the first people to arrive that night since we were early dinners (again, no lunch) and were seated promptly. Our waitress was attentive and kept our drinks refilled well, but when I asked if she had tasted any of the dishes on the menu to get a flavor opinion she admitted that she had not tried any of them. I then asked her which of two seafood options looked the best to her (since she had not tasted them) and she told me that they all seemed so "similar to her that it was really hard to tell." I choose the Conquilles de Jacques??? which had scallops and shrimp in a sherry cream sauce. It came with rice and mixed vegetables. My husband had a new york strip steak which came with mixed vegetables and a potato. They served us fresh bread and salads also. We also ordered a goat cheese and herb stuffed mushroom appetizer. Let me just say that the appetizer was absolutely delicious! The goat cheese was rich and creamy with a delicate blend of herbs that made my mouth absolutely water. It also peared perfectly with the bread that they gave us which had a nice crusty exterior to complement the creamy cheese. However, the salad dressings on both my salad and my husbands were not good in my opinion. (And they were two seperate types of dressings.) Also I did feel that my scallops were a bit tough, but the shrimp was wonderful as was the cream sauce. My husband felt that his steak was good, but nothing over the top. The mixed vegetables were well done except that I did have one circle slice of carrot that was about as big as a half dollar. The only other thing that I found odd was that the lights kept dimming and then brightening again. So much that another couple at a table next to us was also talking about it. It was almost like they had something on that breaker that was taking up too much juice. So while I felt that the food was pretty good overall... I guess the ambiance was a bit lacking for me considering this was a "fine dinning experience". The price for fine dinning wasn't bad though. Our check with drinks and tip was about $65.