Delightful flavour combinations. I particularly liked the butternut squash soup. My fellow diners enjoyed the sea bass and the risotto entrees. One of my friends first course was 4 Brussels sprouts, while he said they were tasty, it was a symbol of all our VERY TINY portions.
The potatoes dauphin/augratin with the main course, was half the size of a deck of cards. As tasty as the food was, a 20 minute wait between the second course and entree was awkward and my fillet minion was barely warm. Not worth the drive & price.
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