Arrived on a cold winter's night to a warm welcome and were seated promptly. They have some interesting semi-circular booths that are not quite as cozy as they sound, but perfectly fine. The menu is slightly strange, consisting of three different themes: seasonal, regional, and standbys (they call it specialties). Overall there is a fair amount of choice, but each section individually seems a bit thin. It's perception that's not fair, and I give them kudos for finding a way to bring variety to their offerings.
Mr. had soup and salad to start, I just had a salad. This often throws servers off, but here it was handled with aplomb. The onion soup was good but didn't rise to the level of our favorite French place. The salads were above average but not great. He had scallops, which were enjoyable but didn't get rave reviews. I tried an unusual menu item for me, a vegetarian cheese, spinach, and egg tart, which was fine but I'd try something else next time. It needed... something, not sure what, maybe more spice, maybe more sauce, more oomph.
In sum, excellent service and perfectly acceptable food but nothing that's going to knock your socks off and leave you in a food swoon.
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