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“Great addition to Ridgefield dining options”

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Tre Contemporary American Cuisine
Cuisines: Armenian, Contemporary
Dining options: Reservations
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Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed 6 November 2012

Very nice, impressive dinner experience at this restaurant that is now about a year old.

There are two sections to the restaurant, a bar area with a banquette and some tables nearby, and a separate tables only restaurant section. We arrived relatively late in the evening and the restaurant was pretty empty, so we sat at a table in the bar area. Very nicely decorated, very comfortable chairs, and service was very friendly and accommodating without being intrusive.

But the food - that's the best part. We loved the warm bread to start, with tasty garlic, oil & balsamic dip. Mr. started with warm polenta with a sauce of mushroom, onion, tomato. We each had a salad, mine was arugula and pear, he had a different salad, both had nice dressings and flavor combinations. He had striped bass with potatoes and a vegetable - I'm not too clear on what he ate because I was so thrilled with my carefully seasoned salmon with delicious brown rice with haricot verts and a few other goodies and a great sauce. Water refills were prompt, wines by the glass were fine.

I really liked the other touches - real hefty silverware, big napkins, nice lighting: definitely not just whatever was cheapest at the restaurant supply store.

This is a place I happily recommend. You may have to search a bit to find it - it's around the corner, in the space that Books on the Common once inhabited.

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Reviewed 25 August 2012

Tre is an example of what outstanding food can be like. An innovative menu is backed up by excellent cooking and service. We were with a group of 8 so service was a bit slow but not excessively so. A really good carmalized fig appetizer set the tone followed by excellent main courses that everyone raved about. My duck dish was unusual and delicious if, unfortunately, not hot. Again our large group probably contributed to that problem. A small desert menu still satisfied my sweet tooth. Reasonable if not inexpensive prices. Will be back often.

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Reviewed 11 July 2012

Very nice little restaurant. Beautiful inside with a beautiful bar. Salads were delicious as were our entrees. Also they have a small plates menu which was nice.

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Reviewed 20 February 2012

Great, attentive service, and very good food. The menu is not extensive, but the ingredients are unique and fresh.

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Reviewed 15 February 2012

We highly recommend the mall restaurant, Tre, for fine food. While the decor is understated, even basic, it is also quiet enough for conversation. The food is elegantly prepared and moderately inexpensive.

For appetizers we had (1)a delicious white truffle mushroom soup with a dollap of goat cheese and (2) a tuna tartar with avocado, jalapena and wasabi sauce--spicey and wonderful. The main course was also grand: seared duck breast with miniature brussel sprouts, candied walnuts, and pearl onions. Also delicious was a pistachio-encrusted flounder. The other entrees of fish, meat, fowl were accompanied by unusual vegetables, sauces, and accompaniments. There was even a burger on the menu, and they will pull together any routine pasta/ pizza for kids, so the gourmet options shouldn't deter families. The dessert menu appeared to be less adventurous, though we only shared one--a rich creme brulee. For this level of cuisine, one usually expects to pay twice as much.

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Thank Ann2009CT
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