Had dinner here last week, the five- vs the seven-course tasting menu, tailored to our tastes and interests. Food was spectacular. Try the fois gras ravioli with the black truffle sauce. Try the 18-hour short rib of beef with turnip and mashed potato. And so on. Each course with fine wines selected and introduced by the delightful sommelier. Great service. Chic, low key, quiet. The tasting menu with wines per course was very (very) expensive, but worth it. An appetizer/entree evening would more in line with other high level places, and worth it.
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