We took my mother here for Mother's Day. Mom and I split the $34 alder planked salmon with leeks. My husband had the Seafood Fettucini. Both were lovely, with the salmon as the star of the show. My main comment today regards the desserts. I ordered cheesecake, my mother ordered blackberry cobbler, and hubby ordered the melted chocolate cake. All three desserts were FAR LARGER than necessary. As a longtime pastry chef (ten years), it's an insult to receive a dessert presented with the heavy-handed ness that we were served. Slabs of ice cream accompanied the cake and cobbler, and my cheesecake could have easily fed dessert to at least three people. A dessert should be, at the most, four or five bites, of the most supreme loveliness available to the restaurant. Dessert is the last and best presentation for a restaurant; why did Anthony's screw it up?