The positives: the food was very tasty, the decor was warm and comfortable, the service was good. The negatives: over-priced (i.e., while not outrageously expensive, much of your dollar isn't making it to your plate and is probably being absorbed by overhead), and although the decor appears warm, the vibe is pretentious. The single highlight of the meal was the foie gras soup. It's one of the most delicious things I've ever eaten. Beyond that, the other courses were not memorable. If someone else is picking up the tab, it's definitely worth a visit, if for nothing else than to sample that foie gras soup. If you don't mind spending your own funds to explore the latest trendy restaurants, then more power to ya'. Otherwise, there are many other places in Philly to dine that provide better value for your dollar and a more pleasurable dining experience.
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