2 of us dined on a chilly November Friday night, sat in the front room by the window with a great view of the cooks at work in the open kitchen. All the staff members were very friendly, our waitress in particular was attentive and knowledgeable about the various food and drink options. Started with cocktails - Whiskey Splash for me and Lemon Lavender Martini for my husband - and they were excellent. Starters were the Solo Greens and the soup, a curried pumpkin/celery root, both delicious. The greens were crisp, fresh, not overwhelmed by the dressing; candied walnuts and blue cheese added a nice accent. For entrees I had the New Zealand lamb chops, 3 in the order done crispy on the outside and medium rare on the inside as ordered. Very tasty with good sides although the Israeli cous cous were a bit overcooked. He had the special scallops which were really great, big and almost creamy in texture, 4 to the order. Wine was a well-priced red from Languedoc. To end we had the cheese plate and 2 glasses of port. All in all, a great experience. The setting is quite spare, prehaps reflecting one of the owner's Danish heritage, with candles on the tables and minimal artwork. There's another room on the street level where there's quiet live jazz on Friday nights, downstairs is a small wine bar and a few more tables. We will definately return and recommend to friends for a special evening. The total check was $150 which seems fine considering the high quality of the food and drink and the good size of the portions.
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