Seabass dish delicious, but a little overshadowed by richness of cream sauce that accompanied dish. Presentation, quality and integrity of ingredients however were top notch! Service also superb!! Had the orange creme brûlée for dessert and a little too sweet for me, got tired of eating it after a few bites. Had heirloom tomato salad to start that actually was my favorite dish of the night. Would definitely visit again, but likely wouldn't get Seabass dish again unless recipe changes a little and doesn't have that rich cream sauce.
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