I ordered the salmon, which arrived looking like it was about to be photographed for some up-scale food magazine. Gorgeous! The potatoes were delicate and pleasing. The fried leeks were only a touch greasy, but added great crunch. Spinach was, well, spinach. But the pan-grilled salmon, a generous portion, may have had terrific crunch on the outside but for taste it may as well have been whitefish. I am told that this is a sign of farm-grown fish, which for reasons I can't recall now, are to be avoided. Bread came with a flavorful roasted garlic/olive spread. Service was friendly, fast, and classy. Prices were higher than I usually like to pay. Iced tea turned out to be that awful peach-flavored stuff Yankees insist on serving. I was told that they didn't carry peach-flavored tea, but it most certainly was.
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