We were able to walk to this restaurant from the McFarland Inn and we really enjoyed our meals. The home has been lovingly restored and has quite a history (a brothel and a nunnery have been housed here - at different times, of course). We started off on a rocky note when the house salad proved to be over dressed and too full of sweet walnuts and slices of under ripe pear. However, my coconut shrimp (five good sized shrimp served with a curry sauce) and my husbands Szechwan beef were both very good. It being a warm, humid night, we chose to eat inside, which is dark and Victorian but there is also a nice wrap around porch one could choose. Service was nice too.