I am a fan of restaurants in old homes, and this one fit the bill. One of I must think only two or so "fine" dining locations in Richmond, it was one of the most extensive menus I have seen, with many variations of fish beef and fowl, plus the longest list of specials I have ever seen. I had a chicken picatta which was very flavorful and my husband had a filet with bleu cheese. It was quite underdone and had to be sent back, but to the chef's credit, returned just right. Portions were large, and the pricing as expected ( though did not understand why a substitution in the house vegetable would incur a $3.50 extra charge as if one had ordered a side) Service was attentive, though could have done without the cleaning of empty tables around us ( Windex and appetizers do not mix) nor of the clanging of set ups of drinkware and cups on the same nearby tables as we were eating. To keep the "fine" in the dining, the ambiance needed to be uninterrupted
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