This was a very pleasant restaurant. Our food was great. The service was attentive and the decor was tasteful without overkill. We had the warm spinach salad and Kobi ravioli to start. My wife had the chicken pot pie (can this be elegant ---yes!), and I had the crusted salmon. They let us taste wines to find the one we wanted. Each dish was innovative. The warm spinach salad was made with bacon, goat cheese, and crudite in a light dressing (quite fine). I don't go for "fried" very much, but the kobe ravioli was an exception. The pasta wasn't too thick and it came with a lemon aioli that kept it light tasting enough. My crusted salmon was so complex, it is difficult to describe. Suffice it to say it was richly textured and spiced an innovative an pleasing way. My wife's chicken pot pie was almost comical in its nuance. Chicken pot pie with roasted chicken, enoki mushrooms, an array of winter vegetables, a beautiful cream sauce, and a restaurant -prepared crouton topping. Pretty fantastic. We'll be going here again. Not cheap, but not beyond reach.
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