Going to La Cremalliere is like dining in France. The service is superb, friendly, not snooty as in NYC. Plates and silverware changed with each dish, fish knives, etc. A bit noisy though, tables are close and there was a self important lawyer near us. No cheese cart as they have in France. And surprisingly, no Amuse Bouche, always served in most French restaurants both here and in France. We had the tasting menu ($82/pp) plus an item. Most dishes were very good except the veal tenderloin with Calvados sauce which was pretty bland. Both the chicken breast with white truffle sauce and the duck confit were very good. Overall very good quality food, good service etc. But very overpriced...very. Dinner for two would be about $250-$300 or more including tips. Of course, depends on your wine selection. BTW, their sommelier is very good. Items like coffee are $4.50 and not France quality, etc. so be prepared for sticker shock. Save this restaurant for a very special occasion or expense account dinner. It is a very good restaurant but not value for value.
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