The Cauldron is a bit different in that it offers a set menu which varies by the day of the week. An interesting concept which allows the diner to pick the day of the week which fits his or her tastes. My wife an I chose a night which included paella en papillote and fillet of beef for the main. Both were excellent and the presentation so nice, that I had to diagramme for future use. The concept is interesting in that it allows the chefs to concentrate on uniformity and presentation without assembly of a rarely ordered dish. The only disadvantage is limitation of the short-term visitor to select a menu which suits. If you are open to all cuisine, the Cauldron will elevate the experience beyond what you might find with a conventional approach with an ala carte menu.
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