Local foods (western North Carolina mountains) prepared in interesting and unusual ways. Do not eat here if you want the mundane, the tried and true. Last night I had a pork chop on black beans topped by a spicey Korean-style slaw, preceded by sauted turnips (four varieties), onions and kettle corn. A sweet chocolate desert. With a nice Italian wine, my wife's chicken dish and a squash soup the bill came to around $87. Service? Equivalent to the best restaurants in the cities. Again, do not try this place if you do not like to take chances. I cannot wait to get back.
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