When you first arrive at the cafe it looks nice. You have a good impression, well lit, surrounding clean. Inside, looks like a trendy chic place that you could find in a city area with essences of country life style. Place looks nice and clean but a bit cold for the atmosphere. Having the waiting staff not talk to each other when a client is standing waiting for help is not recommended. Having the serving staff have a fresh clean cut look should be encouraged. I'm coming and paying for an nice evening, and I do not want to be treated like your college fellow. I'm not your buddy. I wish the waiter we had, knew better her job and was able to explain precisely the dish and not guess, or I don't know, or I like it as an answer, doesn't explain me how the dish is prepared and I don't know how your expectations are set and if they can meet mine. Overall, the evening was a success because, we were meeting with friends and we didn't see each other from a long time and the conversations went on and with pleasure. I enjoyed my Gran Sasso and my duck confit break with celery root as the potatoes saute in duck fat. The brownies and bread pudding were good. Training should be recommend for staff serving and restaurant service knowledge. Tab was a bit high for the what we didn't received in service, food was good. I also tried the butternut squash soup, (okay), but the spinach cheese side wasn't a hit. Hand cut fries were good. Will pass on the cheese sandwich nothing memorable. Will need to go back to re-evaluate the service and try more food.
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