D'FLoret's menu isn't large, yet four of us (including one pescetarian) still had trouble making our choices, because everything sounded enticing. Three of us started off with the wild mushroom soup, a simple yet delectable concoction. (The fourth had the gnocchi, which was also delicious.) Our entrees were varied, but all were exquisite. I had salmon, which was perfectly prepared. My husband ordered the steak, which was not only wonderful, but the portion was huge. We shared two desserts, one being a chocolate confection and the other was an ice cream-topped apple tart, and they provided a tasty finale for our memorable meal. The service was attentive without being intrusive, and chef Dennis Foy even chatted with us for a bit. My only quibble is I wish it weren't more than an hour away!
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