Solid and well-executed brasserie fare: steak frites, mussels two ways, seared scallops, lamb, etc.
Some quite well-executed dishes: the appetizers and the frites, in particular.
Very friendly and attentive staff, and quick service.
Way too many tables for the space; tiny table for two, making service almost impossible.
Predictable food; you've had it all before. Somewhat stodgy atmosphere. What does this food have to do with Vermont?
Very high prices for the area, and for what is being served. Three scallops for $28?
Some poorly-executed dished (overly-vinegary salad, bland risotto), and some nutritional issues: where are the vegetables?
Overall, a good, if expensive dinner. The pain of their pricing lingers, and makes me question whether we'll be back. If it were more fun, I'd probably go; they should try to make this more of a Vermont experience.
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