Sperry's has been a Saratoga institution since the 1930s, and deservedly so. My husband and I had dinner there during a recent visit to Saratoga, and were extremely pleased with all aspects of the meal. The service was friendly, well trained and very efficient. While another reviewer found the menu to be limited, we did not think so. My husband had the brook trout and I had the wasabi shrimp. Each dish was ample, artfully presented and delicious. The wine list included a Hermann J. Wiemer riesling from the Finger Lakes region, which we found to be a perfect accompaniment. The only drawback was the "signature" cheese popover served prior to the meal; ours were very dry and tasteless. Perhaps they had been in a heated oven too long. The restaurant also ran out of the vanilla creme brule I ordered for dessert. This was a disappointment, especially coming so early in the evening, but perhaps it was for the best; I certainly didn't need the additional calories! All in all, we had a delightful meal, in a consistently good restaurant, in a wonderful town. We will definitely return!
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