This restaurant was praised by every local with whom I spoke. So, even after a so-so lunch, I returned the next day for dinner. Excellent decision! The seared scallops on a bed of artfully carved daikon with pancetta and a saffron cream sauce was marvelous ($15). This was just the start of a beautiful meal. The fresh wild salmon, pan seared with caper relish, was served with a large spinach salad (fresh & local) perfectly dressed with a fennel & citrus vinaigrette ($22). Good homemade bread, nice wine choices, excellent service & amazing views.
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