This is a quaint little restaurant, with a wonderful ambience, romantic and peaceful. There are only about 10 tables. We sat by the window in our own little alcove. It is owned and run by a husband and wife team. The husband is the chef, the wife is the hostess/waitress. Service was impeccable. Every detail is thought of. We started with a basket of breads and muffins, baked fresh and wholesome. Yummy! We continued on to salads of field greens with delectable dressings. My partner had the salmon, which was grilled and draped with spinach and tomatoes. The salmon was PERFECT. It flaked apart with just a gentle touch of the fork. It was as tender and fresh as could be. I had the medallions of tenderloin beef - also cooked to perfection - medium, as I ordred it. The tenderloin was accompanied by a reduction sauce with mushrooms and served over mashed potatoes, with just a slight hint of garlic. As perfect as the entrees were, it was even more exciting and mouth-watering to experience the array of sides! There was a little fillo pastry with a cheese-based filling. (We never got to ask exactly what it was made of. We were too busy oohing and ahhhhing!). Also on the plate were roasted golden beets - sweet and tender, a pate made of asiago cheese and beet greens (WOW! Hold on to your tastebuds!), pureed eggplant with a semi-sweet base to it (again too busy enjoying to ask!), roasted snow peas, fresh carrots and broccoli with a sweetened ginger sauce on it. All together, six little sides, each with its own unique taste and texture. It was an explosion of flavors and variety. We shared two desserts: a chocolate cake that was more like really thick mouse, the density of cheesecake - a chocolate lovers dream come true! It was garnished with a candied caramel decoration, and drizzled with raspberry and chocolate sauces. My partner had a caramel cheesecake that was garnished similarly, only with caramel intead of raspberry. To be honest, we were so immersed in how amazing every bite was that it's hard to remember every detail of what we ate. A month after eating here, we still rave about it. We live 3 1/2 hours away, and have talked about planning an overnight trip to New Hampshire just to go to this reataurant! We reccommended it to another couple staying at the same place we were. The next night they went, and came back raving about it, too. I cannot think of a single thing that was less than perfect - from the service to the ambience to the very last bite! HIGHLY HIGHLY Recommend!
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