We had sandwiches which were very tasty. The rice salad side was tangy and delicious, but the sweet potato chips were cold, chewy and greasy. The wine was good, and reasonably priced. The food was a bit overpriced, but definitely above most lunch menus. Very nice art on the walls which added a nice touch to the experience. With so many great choices in Highlands, I'd say go elsewhere for dinner, but lunch is a good bet.
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