This is not a place where hardy dinners are served. We were seduced by the Trip Adviser's rating as the top place to eat in town. It is a modest interior, background rock music, pleasant atmosphere, smallish place. Service was prompt & efficient. Menu a one pager also view-able on line. I had the fish, Monk & Cod (could have counted as 2 separate entree, but portions were pitifully small). My wife had pork belly. Everything, including the warm fresh bread was delicious and well prepared. food for those 3 portions plus deserts (liked the Napoleon) were over $64. Recommended for food tasting. We were the first to come at 5:30 on Sat eve. Place got packed in 30 minutes.
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