The Stained Glass has a nice space and elegant design. The food, though, does not stand to the expected standard. The starter, baked artichoke with mushrooms and gorgonzola cheese for two, was impossible to eat. We were sure this will be stuffed artichoke hearts; instead we got a huge artichoke head creamed with a huge amount of cheese (that, by the way, did not have any blue veins, and tasted more like feta) and bread crumbs. Where was the artichoke? We did not even find its heart. Why so oily and salty? We could not finish this one.
For main course we took the two vegetarian dishes, potato gnocchi and panisse (chickpea fritters). The taste was nice, but the both were drowned in huge amounts of oil/butter.
For dessert, we took the chocolate ganache cake, which was lacking in character ("lavender cream" tasted like regular whipped cream).
With 1 wine sampler ($22), the total was $82 before tip.
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