We ate here for our anniversary while in Williamsburg. The food was amazing (soft shell crabs were beautifully cooked and lightly seasoned) and the service was wonderful. There are only a few tables in the entire restaurant as it was built on the original foundation of the kitchen at the old plantation. The atmosphere is intimate and quiet. You must have a reservation and there is no children's menu. (If you have little wiggle worms you may want to wait until they are older to bring them here) We did bring our two children (6 and 9) and they graciously split a pasta dish of sea scallops over fettuccine between the two. It was a wonderful way to end a great day in Williamsburg and I would heartily recommend going here for a romantic dinner for two!