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Wall & Water
Posted by anonymous on 07/26/2012
My friend and I had lunch during restaurant week. We had a very nice lunch during 2011 restarant week. Boy, were we disappointed! The portions have gotten much smaller and the quality deteriorated. The most outrageous thing was the waiter who tricked us into getting $7 a bottle still water. He did not say , "Would you like tap or bottled water?". like it is normally done. He said, Would you like sparling or still water?" We answered still, thinking that it was their name for tap water. When he brought water in a bottle, we did not suspect anything because in may restaurants tap water is served in bottles. Much to our surprise, he billed us $14 for 2 bottles. When I complained that he did not aske us the right question, he took off the price of one bottle. Beware when go to this restaurant!
Posted by Soni on 02/11/2012
I went with a few friends for restaurant week and we had a amazing time. The food was Delicous and the Service was super Profesional and friendly. I haven't got this kind of quality service from a Restaurant in a long time. I was the first person to arrived to the Restaurant and my friends were not there yet. The hostness told me to take my time and to let her know when we were all there. The places is so beautiful and tready with a open kitchen right next to the tables and we were able to see the chefs preparing the food. The wine list was good and not pricey for the area. I would definitely come back again even if is to have a drink is the glamour bar.
Posted by MK on 03/14/2011
i went here for lunch and had the 2-course prix-fixe for $29. sounds ridiculous, but definitely worth it. service was very attentive and courteous. the atmosphere is classy, yet not pretentious. first, the rustic bread came with a plate of fresh radishes and salted butter. nice touch i havent seen before. next, i had the radicchio salad with walnuts, apricots and truffle oil was very refreshing yet hearty. then i had the roasted pumpkin with home made ricotta and black radish mint salad was a nice vegetable option and not too filling. the waiter also suggested an orange passion fruit iced tea, yum. afterwards, a complimentary walnut financier was given to me. perfect ending to a great lunch! definitely a gem in the fidi..
Posted by Anonymous on 01/04/2011
My husband and I live in the area and tried it out for lunch. Fabulous waiter, beautiful room and very good food. We each had soups and then he had a rib eye and I has a lobster club. Good wine list - we were very happy!
Posted by Yokel on 01/04/2011
I ate dinner here with a friend and there wasn't a misstep. The staff was friendly and attentive enough that we got what we needed without waiting but they didn't hover. Artichoke appetizer was well-done and refreshing. I had the chanatrelles pot pie...AMAZING. I scraped every last drop of the sauce off the plate. My friend had fish, which she really liked. We had the flourless chocolate cake and the rocky road mousse. They were both delicious but I think it would have been better to share, as we were already full.
Posted by Nocheapskate on 08/11/2010
came here for lunch in Feb when it first opened and then dinner in Aug for (extended) restaurant week menu. Service is attentive. Food is great. Portion is definitive not small. One guest at my dinner could not even finish his food. The fruit plate appetitizer is a must try. I do think its regular menu is a confusing-with the price based on number of courses. In fact, when I came in Feb, I had to ask the waiter to correct the bill because I noticed he double counted an entree. But overall it is still a nice place.
Posted by Annie on 06/09/2010
Though we initially were confused by the layout of the lunch menu, each of the three of us greatly enjoyed our choices. The menu offerings are unique, adult, and delicious. Presentations are quirky and delightful. The atmosphere is modern, masculine and soothing - a perfect foil to the provocative taste pairings. Bottom line - this is a keeper.