Had a nice dinner here the other night. The restaurant really isn't on Kennedy, and there is construction, so it's a little hard to find. That being said, it's worth the extra effort.
There was a fried duck egg appetizer that was interesting, but not jaw dropping.
The Caesar salad was the best I've had in a very long time in a restaurant. The real thing, as it should be made. Definitely don't skip this.
The wild mushroom risotto was well prepared, and very tasty. The Bronzini was a little smaller than we were used to getting in SF or Napa, but well cooked, and flavorful. The lamp chops were perfectly prepared, and they were nice enough to substitute the sides from the filet, which made it more enjoyable for me. The kids liked the spaghetti and meatballs. The meatballs were outstanding.
All in all, and very nice meal.
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