I recently ate at this restaurant for the second time, having dined here once before about a year ago. The food is very good and artfully prepared, but like all expensive restaurants, you spend more time admiring the artistry of the preparation than eating it, because the portions are quite small considering the very high prices. It is very easy to spend $60 - $80 for a main course and a salad or soup. My companion of the evening ordered us some red wine by the glass. The wine was excellent, but the price was steep - $15/glass. My friend had one of the steaks that the waiter presented to us, and I had the wild boar rack. Both of us very much enjoyed the wonderful flavor of our dishes, which were prepared in such a way the unique flavors and aromas filled our palates and nostrils. They were delicious! I had the soup of the day for a starter, which was a very tasty vegetable something-or-other soup that seemed to have a lot of fat to my taste. A little bit too much. For dessert I tried the Key Lime pie, which actually wasn't that good. I have had Key Lime pie since I was a little girl living on Plantation Key in Florida, and have had and made my own pie for decades. The pie here was serviceable, but nowhere as good as I might have expected given the quality of the rest of the meal.
I was very happy that I did not have to pick up the tab for this meal, as the bill was a bit under $200 for the two of us with tip!