Came here for my anniversary dinner based only on on-line reviews, including TA. We were both very happy! This summer I did an extended trip across Europe, and ate at over dozen Michelin starred restaurants across Spain, Portugal, France and the Netherlands. Using that as a basis for comparison, Chef's Table would certainly meet that standard. I've never not an enjoyed a meal at such a restaurant, though at times felt that the attempts at creativity were strained, or that it simply was not worth the money, even if good food. At Chef's Table, I thought they did an excellent job of crafting dishes that were fascinating combinations of tastes, for what is a very reasonable set menu price. Recommended wine pairings also seemed quite on mark ("seemed" b/c I'm not really an oenophile). Only mild criticism is I thought one of the red meat dishes was on the salty side--the dish was still delectable, but the salt somewhat overwhelmed the other flavors. It was only one dish I felt that way though.
I am 100% coming back!
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