We opted for the a la carte menu rather than the set menu and were glad we did so. Our meal was only just more expensive and we preferred our choices to what those on the table next door who ate from the set menu had.
You have to try the salt and pepper quail. It is exquisite.
The only downside was our server. He was disinterested and not willing to offer suggestions. He did however get the wine guy for us when we pushed for recommendations.
The wine guy was awesome. He was knowledgable and made perfect recommendations for mostly non drinker me and my wine buff friend.
The view is stunning.
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