Place is small and we were given the table that views the men's room because we had no reservation. There were three other tables that were empty almost the whole time we were there, so if your going, make a reservation because the food and the wine are worth the trip. The mussels are prepared in a refreshing way with a touch of cilantro, the wine that the server suggested, dry and fruity at the same time. I wish I would have written the name down because it was a bit unusual and alas, I remember it not. My husband had the Halibut it was served on a bed of spring greens that turned out to be Swiss chard, his least favorite green but he enjoyed his meal all the same. I had the roasted chicken with chanterelle gravy and mashed potatoes. It was delicious, the chicken roasted to perfection layered on mashed potatoes with el dente vegetables. We shared two desserts, the apple pie and the lemon polenta cake. The cake was light and not overly sweet. The apple pie was in a sweet crust but not flakey, it was served with a scoop of very good vanilla ice cream. There was a good selection of ports to pair with our desserts and the coffee was good enough to make returning to this restaurant worth the trip.
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