The Wellington is an intimate and dark restaurant off busy Washington St. in Mission Hills. There is a small bar and a few tables and all is decorated in black. You can feel you are in a film noir from the 1940s. The menu is very brief with a few meat and seafood selections and appetizers. Service is friendly and professional. We dined on a three course special menu ($40) which they serve on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and is a good deal. The starter salad was mesclun greens with some fruit and little dressing. Really not much to it. The main course of the Beef Wellington was nothing short of perfection and cooked to a tenderness within the puff pastry. Even Gordon Ramsay would be pleased. This was accompanied by sauteed squash which was a bit under cooked. A Chatman guitar played soothing music while dining adding to the ambiance of the moment. Cocktails are also nicely made. I have eaten here on several occasions and will continue to return.
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