This is a hard review to write, because each diner had such a different experience. My husband had the veal sausage with red quinoa, and he thought it was WONDERFUL. I had the ratatouille, and it came with a hard central cake of something with a red sauce around it. The central cake turned out to be polenta, although it must have been mixed with other ingredients, because it neither looked nor tasted particularly like polenta. Once I broke the cake up and mixed it with the sauce, it was tasty, but I had expected the veggies to be in large enough pieces so that I could identify them. My daughter's experience was the most confusing. On the one hand, she had the tomato stack, tomatoes with feta cheese, which was very good. Her other order (she's a vegetarian, and there weren't a lot of options) was called tomato pasta. We were puzzled when she got a plate of greens, asparagus, grilled carrots, and several flat brown medallions, which tasted almost potato-like. It turned out that the medallions were whole-wheat pasta with tomato in them (we couldn't taste the tomato at all), and there was no taste in the asparagus or carrots. Blue cheese came in a separate little cup. I asked the server if she could have some of the quinoa, which was promptly supplied. She ended up putting the cheese on the quinoa and ignoring the "tomato pasta". To their credit, they removed it from our bill. It's hard to recommend this restaurant, although my husband was quite happy with his meal.
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