We've now eaten here twice, first time for brunch and second time for dinner with friends. Brunch was better than average for this area: good food and service, pleasant ambiance for a Sunday get-together. Dinner, however, was a disappointment. The turkey soup, an appetizer special, was lukewarm and fairly salty, for my taste. The tenderloin was (very) small for the price and, again, barely lukewarm. Oddly, it had been sliced horizontally, with each piece offset on the plate...I can only assume to make the serving look larger. Sadly, the top half was seasoned, but the bottom not. The fingerling potatoes were in fact cut in smallish sections and few in number. In its favor, the restaurant was fairly packed...which made conversation difficult at best. It's nice to have another upscale dining choice in Harrisburg, but this one has a ways to go to make it competitive or first choice for a return.