This great little place tucked in the first floor of the Grove Arcade is a place you need to try. The service was very good and the waiter knowledgeable of the wine and the food. The chef had a wonderful butternut squash soup the night we were there, which we followed with a charred mixed green salad. That salad was a thing of beauty with a preserved lemon dressing that was sweet and tart at the same time. Don't miss trying this dish. We followed with an excellent bolongese and pork osso bucco. Both had delicious rich sauces and were sizable servings- which made a great treat the next day. Nice wine and cocktail selections. The chef has 3 other restaurants in town and they are wonderful with creative choices that will appeal to a wide audience.