Went last Saturday and absolutely enjoyed one of the regular menu items which was ravioli basil with a walnut pesto cream sauce along with an addition of their Italian sausage and their version of a pasta bolgonese, which my dining partner thoroughly enjoyed. We started with the soup of the day which was a creamy chicken dijonaise offering. For those of you who like mushrooms, it was loaded with small slivers. I am not a mushroom tolerator but the soup with its tender chicken chunks was so silky and smooth that I did my normal practice and ate all around the mushrooms.
I cannot crow enough about the ravioli. It was filled with cheese, the pasta was cooked to my liking, not slippery but not too chewy. The pesto sauce was the most glorious with hint of finely chopped walnuts and lots of garlic. A sprinkling of assagio cheese completed the dish. My palate certainly wanted to finish this in one sitting but I used restraint and took the rest with me which with a bit of reheating, did not disappoint the next day. You will be sitting quite close to your fellow diners if you are seated creekside. My dining partner had one glass of the house cabernet which was $10.00. I am not a wine drinker so I don't know if that is a going rate or not. If you want something beside the house wine, you have to purchase by the bottle which can range from $25 and up. For me the food is a good value, particularly since the menu is varied and imaginative. I will definitely put this on my "must return" list when I am in town again.
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