You can't beat the view at this restaurant, with its floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a really pretty waterfall. The decor is fairly minimal and soothing, and the service was excellent. The only (minor) disappointment was the food, which was very interesting but didn't always hit the mark. Our server highly recommended a seasonal appetizer called 'Summer,' which should have been a lot better than it was (I'm not sure quite what was in it, but it felt like eating corn silk with some dried corn and tomatoes and a bit of aioli). For an entree I had soft shell crabs, which came with a strange mixture of brussels sprouts, bitter greens and picked rhubarb, and a tasty sauce. It was an odd mixture but ended up being quite tasty. My husband's lamb loin looked good, but I don't eat meat so didn't try it. For dessert we shared the chef's reimagined 'Mounds' bar, which should have been a lot better -- the chocolate layer on top was tough to dissect and there should have been some berries or fruit coulis to cut the sweetness. My sloe gin fizz cocktail was very good. All in all, it was a mixed experience, though the chef is obviously ambitious and imaginative--and the location would lift any meal there above the ordinary.
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