The food here is top-notch and the chef really knows what he is doing. Super fresh, super high-grade everything. While staying at the Hyatt Hill Country, we ate here twice-and we sampled the bison tenderloin (so great, my husband had it twice), the filet mignon (tender and flavorful), scallops (big, juicy, perfectly cooked) and a number of sides, all locavore fresh. Wine list is impeccable. The problem here is that the service is not up to the level of the food. They don't know which side to serve or take from. We had to prompt them to bring us bread and water at the top of our meal. Bread did not arrive until after our first course. We had to ask for ground pepper for our salads. The staff is very very nice. They just need to be trained as to what is expected at a restaurant at this level and prices.
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