The Penrose Room lived up to its reputation. Just about everything was tasty. The wait staff was plentiful and attentive. The 4 man orchestra added to the overall experience and we enjoyed dancing between courses and after the meal. ...and the noise level was low, we could have a pleasant conversation easily. The Penrose Room offers 3, 4 or 7 course meals. We had the three course. ...and of course in this French inspired restaurant there are extras, from the amuse bouche of fried oysters and an apple and fennel salad, it was over the top and the confectioneries at the end were a nice touch. I had a delicious cold lobster salad -- the best ever. For the entree I had venison steak. My wife had gnocchi with rabbit and salmon. She thought the salmon was salty. I agree -- it was too salty. The staff offered to replace, but we didn't go there. My major complaint was even with the smallest number of courses offered, there was simply too much food -- the portion size was huge. The wine pairings were great and our sommelier, Thomas F. knew all the wines. He made the night memorable. For most people this is a special occasion place because of the price. Overall, it was worth it. I hope to go back on a future trip to Colorado Springs.