This is such a beautiful restaurant, the winding path leading to front door is delightful and the optional valet service is welcome in inclement weather. The waterfall, koi pond, lake, water jet, 40 foot ceilings, walls of glass make this one of the most extraordinarily beautiful restaurants in my experience. The tables are comfortably apart and conversations not a problem as the noise level is pleasantly low. The service from the warm greeting to the end of the meal is very good. The food on the new bistro menu is simple but beautifully executed and reasonably priced. Chef Bertrand Chemel has made me a believer and I hope that he will consider another restaurant in the new Tysons!
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