We went there to celebrate my wife's last day on at a job. For appetizers, she had the corn soup and I had the tuna tartare. Our main courses were the chicken fricazee (her) and the duck (me). Finally, desert was a panacota (her) and a melon salad (me).
Starting with the premise that all kosher restaurants are expensive, this place was well worth the money! My wife is gluten-free and the waiter came back with all of the menu items that did not have gluten.
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