Having spent three days in the Bethel, Woodstock and Saugerties area we selected Joshua's for our special night out and reserved a table for two by the window. When we arrived we were ushered right in to the cozy window table for two and warmly greeted by our server. He explained how their three course dinners worked which include a tabuli, humus pieta course, a salad and then our entree of choice. Having read the Yelp review about the sweet potato latkes and the matzoh ball soup we ordered those to proceed our meal. The latkes with apple pear sauce and sour cream were to die for. The matzoh ball was light, fluffy b u t the soup was ehh...mine is like liquid gold so Tom was disappointed. He ordered the blackened filet mignon with mashed potatoes and it was cooked perfectly much to his enjoyment. I ordered a special pumpkin ravioli and I even hesitated when it was described as being served with cherry tomatoes etc. Thinking pumpkin ravioli deserves a savory sauce I chanced it. Big mistake and I own the poor choice it was not worthy and I sent it back. The server readily offered to replace it when I shared my disappointment and my still full plate as Tom was almost done. I passed on the replacement as I was justifiably full of latkes, salad humas, pita and tabuli. He generously brought me a complimentary second glass of the delicious white wine I had chosen. We did share the Linsor Torte for dessert which was a rustic version with very rich chocolate that went perfectly with my cappichino. When in Woodstock give Joshua's a try just don't order the pumpkin ravioli.
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