After dining here, I can't believe it was not crowded to the gunnels. We previously ate at Jacque I'mos (very noisy, crowded, quality spotty, waited 15 uncomfortable minutes for our reserved table), and pricy. tThen we ate at K.Paul's, which had a great quieter more elegant atmosphere and better food. A Mano was exquisite. Prices were very reasonable for the high quality of each component of every dish. The insalata de mare was so light and fresh that I could ear it every day. The slow cooked rabbit was not impressive visually but was seasoned delicately and cooked to perfection
Finally, the panna cotta was memorable as well.
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