After 2 disappointing dinners in St. Augustine, we had our fingers crossed when we entered the restaurant. It was not long before our fingers uncrossed, and we relaxed to enjoy a delicious meal.
The decor is spare--wooden floors, black topped tables, but it goes with the ambience of the restaurant. As soon as we were seated, our server approached us with the menus, and a most welcome glass of water.
It was fun just reviewing the menu and choosing our meal. The veal was top notch. Perfectly prepared, and served with lovely mashed potatoes. Of course, you could have made a meal of the warm, crusty bread.
Peter had a good onion soup, and my Ceasar Salad had fresh greens, plenty of dressing, cheese. The only fault...the croutons were stale.
We did not have dessert as we were totally full. (And we thought we would take a walk and find some ice cream.) But we took with us the memory of a beautifully prepared and presented dinner.