I've eaten many meals over the last 5 years or so, and I've never been disappointed. The setting (a tastefully updated colonial house) is has an elegant but relaxing feel. Whether you choose the relaxing feel of the pub room or the more sedate feel of one of the dining rooms, the food is the same high-quality, inventive bistro fare. One hallmark of the chef is his penchant to integrate vegetables into the meat dishes (e.g., perfectly cooked slices of roast leg of lamb sitting on a bed of a warm salad made with French green lentils, or roasted salmon filet on a bed of lightly seasoned mashed potatoes and surrounded by a warm corn relish). The appetizers and salads receive equal care. Two of my favorites are the arugula salad of with grilled artichokes, prosciutto, roasted beets and an orange lavender balsamic glaze, and the grilled marinated tiger shrimp (served with a lime, cilantro and avocado salsa and some mache). Solicitous but low-key service, delicious desserts and a nice array of wines by the glass round out things. Definitely worth a special trip.
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