From the moment you enter, you know this is a cut above. The staff is exceptional, well-trained, knowledgable and passionate about the chef's creations. It turns out that passion is well placed. The decor is more chic than you expect in this town, and the service is more akin to what you'd expect in a place hat had already earned its Michelin stars. The sea bass was some of the best we ever had. The scallion pancakes had a mix of two creative and delicious sauces and the carpaccio with truffle emulsion was so delicious, my husband insisted on ordering his own, as a second appetizer, after tasting mine. They have an interesting list of wines by the glass, and the desserts are as creative as the rest of our dinner. The bill arrived with house made salted caramel filled chocolate. The meal cost far less than we expected. What a delicious experience.
Hint: the are only 15 tables and even the seats at the bar require a reservation, so plan ahead. Having said that we arrived without a reservation during the busiest weekend of the season, and the staff did everything they could to accommodate us. The crispy oysters with fois gras are a must and you can't miss with the s'mores dessert.