This is a special occasion restaurant. It is on the small side and rather intimate. One definitely needs reservations. They are only open for dinner and not necessarily every night. My husband and I chose the specials last night. I had the "St. Lucia" seafood special and my husband had the lamb steak with sausage special. Both excellent choices. We shared the crab-cake appetizer - the best we have had outside Maryland. They use real crab meat and not much other filling. They were thick, a thin crust on the outside and very yummy. We chose the house salad with the house raspberry vinaigrette, also a very good choice. (Their house soup is a veal broth. Because I am opposed to the serving of veal in any form - inhumane the way the baby calves are raised - I will never order veal in any form. Usually I will not return to a restaurant that serves veal and this restaurant also serves it as an entree.) We ended our meal with creme brulee, good though not exceptional. The house Malbec ($10 by the glass) was not as good as most Malbecs I have drunk. However, the Pinot Noir ($12/glass) was good. I also liked that the bread serving included a dark bread. I don't know why some restaurants even include white bread - not so healthy. But, then, eating any bread with all the vegetable and protein choices should probably not be an option - but hard to resist when it is on the table.
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