We had not been to this restaurant or its previous incarnations, so we cannot compare the history. However I would say that Heirloom compares well with Le Fleur: interesting menu selection, nice wine list, including some local selections, excellent service. Not sure how fond I am of the large, somewhat noisy main room, which looks more appropriate for a wedding reception, but the hotel still has so much of its own charm that I think it makes up for it.
We shared two bottles of wine (pinot grigio and carmenere), mediterranean chips and dip, and citrus seared tuna, My wife had eggplant parmigiana napoleon. My son had boston club cut steak with baked potato and asparagus. I had moroccan chick pea stew. Each of them were tasty and interesting. The stew probably should have had couscous to be more authentic, but the tomato sauce was wonderfully rich, so I did not care too much.
Overall a nice experience. We will be back again.
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