Impressive hidden quiet restaurant in a vineyard-olive tree landscaped setting. It has both patio and indoor dining and has an extensive garden which provides vegetables for the excellent cuisine.
We chose the menu of the day ($45) which included 4 course - starting with a delicious gazpacho soup made with their garden produce, followed with an excellent halibut served on a bed of wild mushrooms, peans, and string beans from their garden. It was followed with a strip steak which we asked for a vegetarian option and the chef produced a delicious quinoa and vegetable entree from their garden . The dessert was a tempting banana bread pudding with carmel sauce and a scoop of banana ice cream on top.
Service was attentive, but there was a wait for food to arrive from the kitchen. The indoor dining had some good partitions for better privacy and there is a long common table in the middle
with no privacy.
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