The price point definitely should be revisited. That's my only criticism. Now on to the good stuff. The wife and I had the venison strudel which was definitely not dry. We went years eating only venison in place of beef. This venison is good. They wrap it in a nice pastry and give it just the right amount of sauce and veggies. The mushrooms were....I could've just had the mushrooms they were so good. Wife's mom had the sweet tea chicken which was remarkably juicy. The restaurant itself is pretty cool inside. Small but spacious. Don't look at a menu beforehand, it won't be the same. That's not a complaint, it's a compliment. I like the idea that the chef chooses what to make based on what she has rather than based on a menu that's set in stone. The wine and beer list isn't long but it is definitely complete. We are definitely going back.
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