We had 2 enjoyable meals here, one as a couple and the second with friends. We had cocktails each time, and they were tasty and well-balanced. The menu is a bit scattered, but interesting. Between the 2 dinners, we had both fish dishes (very nice), the hamachi (twice, very good, very lovely, very small), the flatbread (twice, good), scallop (very good but a bit skimpy), the beets (good), two pastas (very good), and we had to try the grits because we had a southerner with us and he was curious. He liked the grits. The first time we had dessert (Whoppers), which we probably should have skipped as it was a bit overly sweet. The wine (by the glass) recommendations were good, as was the service. I think the menu has promise, and it is over-priced (or the portions too small), but this is Palo Alto.
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