We first had a lite dinner at the wine bar downstairs and were thoroughly pleased with the wines and the small plates of exceptionally well-prepared food. So we went back the following evening for a full (6 courses) tasting menu. Only the beef dish may have slightly disappointed-but perhaps that is based on an unfair comparison-since all the other dishes were perfection. Truly remarkable because of the inventive yet delicious food-the hallmark of great cooking. Puts many a two and three star Michelin restaurant to shame. Our service was equally excellent, so I am surprised at some of the negative comments.
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