I had never even heard of Rosemont, no less The Pass, until the other day. We dined there last night and were very pleased. Our waiter, Todd, was helpful, explaining how my appetizer, mousse line of andouille was made (photo included), and he was there when we needed him. Our food was original and well-prepared. The lamb in pita bread with a cucumber garnish and chick peas was very tasty and tender, and my dessert, a sort of profiterole, but crispier, was to die for. I liked the cozy atmosphere, not too noisy so we could actually have a conversation. Tables are placed away from the door so the cold wind didn't bother us. We will go back, even though this place is, to me, out in the middle of nowhere. It was definitely worth the extra effort it took to get there.
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