Visiting in town we stumbled across this treasure of a bistro- and enjoyed one of the finest meals we've had in a long time.
The wine selection was impressive with what was offered -our server advised us well on pairing wine with our food- and the meal was perfect. The bread before the meal was toasty hot with a delicious olive spread and butter in an artful glass jar. We shared homemade vegetable pierogis as an appetizer and a salad w blue cheese. My husband had the lamb chops with a yogurt and dill sauce w mint relish and a chickpea purée -- and I had the Arctic char -- catch of the day. It was delicious w local asparagus and a potato / cauliflower purée. We had a homemade fruit tart & a chocolate pot de creme for dessert. Both excellent. The service was exceptional - the chef was a delight - very personable and working magic in a small open kitchen. We sat indoors but there is also an outdoor patio -- we will certainly make a point to return while we are in the area. You should try to make a reservation as the dining room is small and it was full the entire time we dined.
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