My wife and I shared three courses: Pot stickers, skirt steak, and cider creme brulee. All excellent. Service was faultless (caveat --we were very early). The kitchen split the entree into two plates instead of simply giving us an extra plate. This is now common in many restaurants, and always appreciated. No sharing charges. The wine by-the-glass rioja reserva is highly recommended. The Uruguayan pinot noir was a little disappointing.
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