Came here for dinner with two friends.
Starters were beef carpaccio, a special of two pates and lobster salad. For mains we had parsley-coated halibut; grilled salmon; octopus with chorizo and duck confit.
Everything was delicious. You can tell the ingredients were absolutely fresh. The pates were rich and 'earthy'; the beef carpaccio very good with the roasted garlic a nice addition; the octopus tender and the halibut wonderful with a rich boullibase-style sauce with wild rice.
We shared a very nice cheese platter; and also the roasted peaches. The latter was superb.
We had a chablis and a very nice Prisoner red from California - the latter had a rich nose and flavours but was very light on the palate. Both were great recommendations from the sommelier.
$630 with tip for four. Expensive but the food is very good as was the service. Well worth a visit.
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