The restaurant is elegant, expensive and not without fashion. We were a party f 5 and got seated ride away without a reservation. The kitchen is visible from the counter, it is entertaining and always a good sign that they have nothing to hide. Overall I liked it, but from the restaurant ranked first in Hingham I would have expected more. The service was slow, fine if you are a couple in love, but 4 adults with a small baby may not want to wait 15 minutes to place the order. The wine selection is expensive, but excellent. I ate the best oysters in my life, found strange that they arrived already seasoned with the condiment, but it was good and not overpowering. Also excellent the tartare and the scallops. The pasta with wild bore was to forget. Being true Italian first I would have used pappardelle and not a short pasta, then absolutely no cheese on wild game!!!! PLEASE TELL THE COOK !
Just one last comment...please don't mix the name of a great composer like Giacomo Puccini author of La Tosca with an american invention like pizza with prosciutto and fig marmalade...I think he must be turning in his grave!
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