We have not been to this eatery yet because of limited feedback although that was good.
Our favorite restaurant changed owners and the quality diminished so while looking around for a different place to eat on New Years Eve the Coho was mentioned. We decided to try a dinner there before commiting ourselves to a festive year end meal.
The Coho is a small single room restaurant featuring fine food. You can spend some
money here but there are some suprises.
There is a Chef's tasting menu, (early bird) which is a three course dinner for two including
a bottle of wine for $70. The entrees are listed on a special menu not the regular one but they are ok. Our choices were chicken, risotto or rockfish. The remaining two courses were a small bowl of soup with a very small salad and ice cream for dessert.
A nice feature, if you did not like any of the special menu entrees you could pick one from the main dinner menu for a nominal price. One of our party upgraded to a Filet for $3 more, there were about 5 other choices.
Our dinner was good, the soup excellent the salad very sparse but also good.
The wine was from Italy (no cork) and drinkable so you might want to upgrade here.
Service was slow but good, the chef waited on us himself, it was not busy.
The food presentation was very good. Everything looked delicious and was served on
very nice dinnerware. The atmosphere was nice but it could have been better if the lights were dimmer to set the eating mood, it was a bit glary. The meal was a success and a bargain for seventy dollars compared to other places.
In addition to the Special Tasting Menu the Chef also features a Global Cuisine Itinerary on Wednesdays. You will be taken from Milan to Barcelona to France then Berlin and so on.
We recommend that you try this restaurant to see for yourself if it is worthy of a second or third try. The chef mentioned that he was having a New Year's 6 course special for $65 a person so after talking it over we made reservations.
The food and atmosphere ratings could have been 4's with just a few tweaks. Our early bird
meal was $$'s but expect at least $$$ or more here.
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