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Posted by belle on 01/30/2011
Stopped in for brunch this afternoon. Was sat immediately and had a chance to people watch and relax. Very impressed by the space and ambiance. I ordered the organic eggs served over homemade biscuits. Surprised by the small portions so I ordered a side of bacon as well. Overall the food was fine but wish i would've ordered something else instead (maybe the shrimp and grits hmmm). The staff was friendly and pleasant. Will definitely return for dinner.
Posted by anonymous on 11/03/2010
Me and my girldfriend had a wonderful dinner there recently. We found the place randomly and enjoyed every dish we ordered. The restaurant itself is a bit on the small side (although not tiny by any means), but it gave it a very cozy feeling. The service was friendly and attentive. Overall, a great dining experience.
Posted by Chris Whitlow on 10/18/2010
Thought the food was overrated. had calamari and the carpaccio for appetizers,both of which were good; I had the skate and my friend the Delmonico Steak; the skate was good but very salty and too much lemon. The steak was also salty. Desserts were OK. I just didn't think the food was worth the price
Posted by Anonymous on 04/08/2010
Posted by anonymous on 01/25/2010
everyone working there was genuinely friendly and helpful with suggestions for food and wine. we were able to taste different wines before deciding what we wanted. the food was really good, unique side dish pairings w each entree. the atmosphere and decor is very warm w lots of wood and fresh flowers. it has a simplistic and hearty feel to it but doesn't feel dated, you feel like you are in a great little gem in the village. the only down sides would be that the entrees are on the pricier side and that they only serve wine and beer, no liquor. definitely recommend to anyone who likes great food, great service, & a great atmosphere.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/07/2009
After waiting two hours to get in I expected a good meal..There were only seven choices for a main course and about the same for appetizers. I had the duck soup which was subpar. The chicken with fontina cheese was not good either. My friend said his entrees were mediocre to poor as well. He had the gnocci as an appetizer and the halibut. There are so many great places is the West Village. This was not one of them.
Posted by lily on 10/28/2009
Ah, yes, the food. THE FOOD. Well, food is too common a word. This was culinary art at it’s finest. I started with oysters ( because if you tell me they are available, I will order them. And roll my eyes with delight every time I taste one ) and then went on with the Grilled Artic Char. Delicately presented on a warm bed of creamy leeks (now seriously, I did say at the time that this was a bed I would gladly sink into. I was in love ) and topped by golden, crispy thin-as-can-be fried onions, the fish had the crisp, smoky bitterness of the grill on the outside while still being perfectly tender, almost lusciously raw on the inside. That mix of texture ( softness of leeks and pinkish flesh in contrast with the crisp of the onions and of the grilled outer layer of the fish ) was a perfect balance that was only enhanced by the glass of wine that it was served with ( name of which has slipped my mind, sorry! Well proof enough that it was great wine ;). The taste of that perfect first bite still lingers in my mouth. Oh, and of that perfect last bite too. And of everything in between. Mark my words, I will spend a great deal of time trying to recreate this amazing palette of lingering flavors at home. Oh, yes, I recommend it. But please, if you go, take me with you!