Resturant features locally-produced, organic meal ingredients. There is a limited menu, which changes frequently based on the availability of products. We had the charcuterie as a starter -- choice of 3 items for $14. - which came with country pate', smoked salmon, and local cheese. These items were al very good, but the bread that accompanied it was too hard to eat. This single order was sufficient as a SMALL starter for two people. We then each had a main course of pork tenderloin in a sauce with gnocchi, spinach and pine nuts. The serving size was adequate, not big, but my portion had only 6 pieces of the tenderloin, all of which were tough and half gristle.I was not impressed with the dish at all. We passed on desert, but add two glasses of the lower-priced Malbec to the above, and th bill for 2 people came to $82+. Main course items, of which there were 4, were priced from $14 to $28. We won't go again and really can't recommend. Seemed too pricey for the quality.
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