Our kids treated us to dinner here for our 70th birthdays. It was the 100 mile menu and I appreciated the care and consciousness to celebrate eating locally as the average bite of food travels thousands of miles. We toured the sample herb garden on site as one of the owners had us taste all the different herbs and explained how they were being used in our upcoming meal. That was interesting as well as the history of how a little herb stand developed into this famous restaurant. When I perused the 9 course menu I thought we were going to be uncomfortably stuffed, but in reality each course is just a few bites. Delicious bites, artistically arranged, but my husband and son left feeling they didn't get filled up. The best part was spending 4 and a half hours in uninterrupted conversation with our kids, while we were well taken care of with excellent service. So, it was fun as a treat and to experience this restaurant we've heard about, but if we were paying for it ourselves, we would choose another nice restaurant.