There were no students at this time of the year so presumably the food and service was all provided by regular staff - the food was very good and the service was just acceptable. It did seem expensive relative to the quality; for this price, it should have been a legendary experience, which it was not. The starter "Today's Temptations" was a pleasing sampling of essentially multiple amuse bouche; this was excellent. For first courses, we had butternut squash soup, beef tartare, and "little gem" salads - all very good. For main courses we had pork ragout (unremarkable), pan seared striped bass (good), and duck with gnocchi (good). We had to repeatedly ask for everything, from water refills to bread to milk for the coffee at the end; the dining room was not busy but the servers were simply inattentive. I was expecting much better.
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