We ate here at lunch - there is a lunch menu with a range of choices from sandwiches and soup to meals (about 20 choices) - all looked good as they passed our table and the bisque was excellent. Deserts were good too. (Also the cocktails - try the cosmopolitans)
Friendly wait staff and a very interesting building with information about its history lining the hallway on the approach to the restaurant - so arrive before your reservation or you'll end up late!
We were told the evening menu is just as good - all food is the choice of the chef, always a good sign!
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