I'd heard great things about Amuse, and was excited to finally have a chance to try it. Unfortunately, our lunch got off to a bad start when the hostess put us in an uncomfortable position with the seating. Then when I saw the very limited menu that was different from the one I'd viewed online, I wasn't particularly overjoyed. I'm all for specials and rotating menus, but when a diner sees something online they'd like to order and finds it isn't even on the current menu, it's frustrating. Ultimately, I chose the deviled eggs with pimento cheese and the caprese salad, while my dining companion ordered the Chicken Korma. During our wait, our server promised to return with bread, and he did, although it was the equivalent of half a slice of bread. We had far more butter than we'd ever have needed, and the fact that the wait for our food was considerable only made the bread seem smaller! Eventually I received the plate of deviled eggs first, and I was disappointed by the bland, far-too-mildly-seasoned filling. The caprese salad with burrata was definitely tasty, but again, just not something to write home about. My dining companion did enjoy the Chicken Korma. I tasted it and agreed that it was very flavorful. If I ever find myself back at Amuse, I might try that instead. I will say that the dessert, profiteroles filled with strawberry ice cream and draped with chocolate syrup, left me with a brighter view of my experience. They had a lovely balance of sweetness, and weren't too heavy of an ending. All in all, I wish I could rate it higher, but the experience just didn't leave me with an itch to return.