Food was great. We tried the Caprese, Tenderloin bruschetta, abd Dragon shrimp. Caprese was served first and was as one would expect, I would also prefer out as a palette cleanser between the other two dishes. The bruschetta had a good balance of flavors abd the veggies were cooked to my liking (reduced but still crunchy). The shrimp was perfectly breaded, just enough for a crunch yet didn't add a fried flavor, and had a memoir spice on the finish off the flavor. The prices were a little high fir the amount of food, but it certainly wasn't a deal breaker.
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