Small and quaint with delicious menu options and great hand-crafted cocktails. Wine list looked diverse. HIGHLY recommend reservations, as we arrived around 6, but the staff was very friendly and accommodating, even though we did not have reservations. We ordered two appetizers; fried goat cheese (it was fabulous, don't be taken aback by "fried") and mussels in a curry broth. Both were scrumptious All entrees that we had seen appeared to be ample and cooked to perfection. The fillets looked like mini-roasts, a lot of bang for the buck. This place gets packed, which isn't surprising since the food and drinks are great and it's one of the only restaurants in town.
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