The food was superb - best I've had in years. I had a lamb loin, Brussels sprouts with walnuts, baby bok choy, and sweet potato puree. my husband had monk fish with roasted tomato sauce and stuffed deep fried pepper. Both were fantastic. Every element of my dish was well-prepared and tasty on its own, but the combinations were divine. The crème brulee was quite heavy and creamy and delicious. I almost forgot to mention the great cocktail, pom something - which included basil and mint in a refreshing drink.
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