I love cooking. Therefore I usually have a hard time finding restaurants that I consider worth dining. This has been a rare find in quite some time. I had the best lobster rissotto I've had in years. The gnocchi with pesto was excellent. Every plate I saw smelled and looked delicious. The "crown jewel" of the night was the dessert. Make sure you try the bread pudding with rum raisins. I will definitely come back. One caveat, don't go on a hurry! The kitchen and service can be kind of slow, specially if you arrive aftter 7 pm. Aside from that the whole experience was great!
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