I had vouchers to eat here for two nights during a business trip. The restaurant is comfortably dark in the evening with candles on the tables and nice tall booths. There is music playing in the background such Sinatra and gives the restaurant an nostalgic vibe. The menu is huge, with many options. One night I had salmon and on another I had the filet mignon. Both were served well, with a nice presentation. The salad and sides were also very good. I had creme brulee one night and it was the best I have tasted since a trip to Paris!
The prices would make this prohibitive for me to visit often without vouchers, but the quality of the food is definitely high.
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