This little place was recommended to us by a local vineyard owner we had visited. Natasha, the chef, creates some unique menu items and unique atmosphere. The restaurant is bright and clean and displays the artwork, especially ceramics, of local and national artists. I chose one the specials for the day, beef stroganoff. Natasha served it on a bed of couscous with some bits of vegetables instead of noodles. The sauce was rich and tangy which tender pieces of beef and large slices of mushrooms. Best stroganoff I have ever had. I noticed on the way into the restaurant a couple of pots growing herbs and wondered if Natasha used them in her dishes. It was reminiscent of restaurant in France I once visited where the chef came and snipped fresh herbs from pots growing near our outdoor table. My only complaint was that there was only one waitress and one hostess. Starting out, there weren't many people in the restaurant but we had to wait a bit to order dessert because the place soon filled up. The hostess was helping a lot but really, they needed another waiter/waitress. Of course, someone may have called in sick. In spite of that, the service was good.