This very expensive restaurant is on a hill in an old house. By in large the food was excellent but in one entre merely ordinary. The high point for me was an outstanding small amuse of lobster bisque. The service was informal and quite good. The restaurant requires reservations. Apparently, one can eat without reservations in the bar where small plates are available.
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