We dined here on Christmas Eve, they had a special pre fixe menu. While most things were pretty darn good there were a couple notable misses. The crab appetizer had way too much mayo but the other app option was a quiche and that was delicious! The butternut squash soup was very natural, read: not very flavored but we appreciated it's very basic style. The main dishes were good, I heard the fish was a bit rubbery but that the lamb chops was good, I had the filet mignon which was not really a filet mignon cut but regardless it was VERY good! The brie dish afterwards was tasty but not necessary, we were really just looking forward to desert. Sadly, they ran out of what we had ordered, the orange soufflé, but they had the other option and again sadly, it wasn't very good, it was a trio of mini deserts including a profiterole. So I would say more than half the dishes were really very good and the others ok. Atmosphere was warm but I will warn you, it's underground in a hotel and it's a bit quirky, small metal cast irons and bells decorate the place with painted walls of what seems like a landscape from where hobbits live from Lord of the Rings. We enjoyed it but definitely not the place for everyone.