The food here is excellent, but you will pay a pretty penny. However, I do think it's very worth it for a special night out. I came here with my fiance for a Sunday night dinner. We called an hour ahead of time to make a reservation, and it's a good thing we did, because the place was full. We had some wine at the bar while we waited for our table, which we didn't have to wait too long for. Luckily, we got seated at a 4 seat table, so we didn't have to sit too close to anyone else. It does get a bit loud, but it has a very pleasant, cozy atmosphere. I love that the kitchen is open (the owner/chef was cooking right there) and the warm toned lighting coming from the kitchen and the big oven made it seem like a huge hearth. It's a great effect without being theatrical.
If you come here, you must try the roast suckling pig!!! It's so tender and flavorful... It's not a fancy looking dish when it arrives (the place is called Peasant), but it's about the wonderful flavor. I came here once years ago with my old company, and the roast pig is the thing that really stuck in my mind. Trying it again this time, it's just as amazing as it was before. We also had the rare venison special, which was my first time trying venison. Also excellent! Our appetizer was the burrata with roasted grape tomatoes still on the vine. I've never had burrata with roasted tomatoes and it was scrumptious. Our waiter very enthusiastically explained to us that they roast everything in their huge ovens (you can see the pigs and chickens turning on their spits). The portions aren't huge, but not small either. For us, they were just the perfect size. My lump of venison was probably as big as my fist. The wines are very good as well, and so was our dessert! Panna cotta, delicious!
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