We went with friends, not knowing what to expect. The special bread (Mallawach - a Yeminite bread?] that preceded dinner was delicate and fluffy. It happened to be Restaurant Week here, so we had an incredible dinner at a remarkable price, but would return for the full-price meal anyway. My beet and salmon tartar was tasty and my husband really enjoyed the ceasar salad. OUr friends had the fried cod taco and I assume they liked it; nothing was left. Presentation was perfection. Three of us ordered the duck dish. I had mine with perfectly seared foie gras. Those who had the bread pudding dessert loved it. My sundae was okay and my friend wasn't wild about her tapioca pudding, but it didn't matter. The servers were polite and efficient - not to rushed, not too slow. The chef came out to see how we were enjoying our meal, and we were. I definitely want to try their brunch. It was one of those rare meals in which indulging is definitely worth it.
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