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Posted by Manhattanite on 03/23/2013
Four of us looked forward to the tasting menu that started with four complimentary amuse-bouche, served in cute very, very tiny white dishes, not even two inches square. Then the tasting menu began. And tasting is the most adequate word for this seven course meager display since everything is hors d'œuvre sized. I’ve eaten many tasting menus before, but these portions were ridiculously small. A one inch piece of pork—if that--in aspic, presented in an three-inch plate was followed by a cold fish slice(can’t remember which kind), then a hardboiled egg over mushrooms, followed by a crusted rolled salmon like an egg roll, then veal tortellini. The cheese course consisted of two two-inch slices—one paper thin, and for dessert--one truffle! Although everything was quite good as were the sauces, I can sincerely say that I was hungry when I left. Definitely NOT worth the price, stick to the regular menu.
Posted by anonymous on 02/22/2013
I have been here a few times. The menu changes fairly often and the food/ingredients are always fresh. Its a 'european' type of food (but they have everything including burgers) which are awesome. Check it out if you are in the area.