I recently had the pleasure of dining @ this lovely restaurant while in town visiting friends. The menu is small but well designed to accommodate many different palates. I choose a Kurobuta Pork Chop with a Dijon maple cream sauce. The huge pork chop arrived perfectly cooked and accompanied by some seasonal vegetables. The maple cream was delicious and surprisingly not to sweet. I often hesitate to order salad because so often the lettuce is less than fresh. I was delighted to receive a house salad which was lovely and super fresh with a nice balsamic vinaigrette. My friend ordered the fish of the day; swordfish and the arugula and spinach salad. Her swordfish was large, fresh and perfectly cooked. In fact she said it was the best swordfish she ever had. There is a small but thoughtful wine list and a nice selection of beers to go with your meal.
All of the portions were more than ample. In fact sadly we had no room for dessert, although they all sounded great.
The dining room is small probably only seating 15 or so patrons at a time but they do take reservations. There is free parking out back. Both the chef who came out to say hello and the waitress were charming and accommodating.
I'm very much looking forward to going back for Why not Wednesday, a 3 course special (appetizer, entree and dessert) they run on Wednesdays for $20, and breakfast too!
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