Our server was fantastic! I think this is where the Michelin Star comes from. The food was good but not extraordinary. We’ve definitely been to other one Michelin Star restaurants with better food. The presentation and attention to detail was nice. The meal was really expensive. You have to decide on a set menu, either the chef’s menu or you can pick 4 or 5 courses. I wish I could’ve ordered a la carte. The portion sizes were not big, but it was still more food than I could eat, for a huge price tag! This probably more reflects Napa as a region rather than this restaurant, but the cost was similar to a three Michelin Star restaurant we went to in Rome. I don’t think it was good value, but we had a very nice time nonetheless. The sommelier came to take our order, but didn’t really continue to talk to us after we ordered one of the cheaper wines. Oh well! Our server again was excellent. Wish I could remember her name! She made our night! Highlights food-wise: foie gras, duck confit, and creme brûlée. The sweet bread and halibut were just okay. The scallop was nice as well.
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