This is a very pretty restaurant with a large painted mural on one long wall as you walk in. It has a nice atmosphere and is not noisy. Our waiter was friendly, had great recommendations when we asked for his help in choosing both food and wine, and checked on us from time to time to make sure we were okay. The manager also stopped by to ask how our meal was. All the food was attractively presented. My husband enjoyed the mushroom ravioli appetizer ($7.95), and I liked my paradise salad ($9.95) which was romaine with strips of avocado and heart of palm. Most of the appetizers are priced $8-10, which is a little high. The warm bread just came with olive oil, no herbs, no butter. My rack of lamb was delicious and very tender. My husband's veal chop was very good. I had three bites of his fresh raspberry tart which was very good. We each had a glass of Dolium Malbec wine from Argentina. It was an excellent, soft red wine. All in all, it was a very good to excellent meal with especially nice service, and we would return.
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