Restaurant is nicely appointed, clean, crisp linens and minimal artwork. One singular waiter seemed to manage the front of house, which only had a few tables. Service was very good, however and we were in no way rushed.
A foie gras amuse-bouche was presented, and delicious. The lobster and black rice appetizer was good, though I did not care for the consistency of the black rice. The lobster main my partner and I had was very overcooked, stringy and tough. It was soaked in butter, which made it edible, but otherwise not at all well executed.
The temperature of the room was distracting, and I have to say took away from the dining experience. It was too warm to enjoy our meal, and we left quickly after dessert, though we would have lingered longer with a cheese plate and after dinner drinks had the room not been so hot.
The service was ok, and some dishes nice, but overall a very average experience.
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