This place is one revelation in the area. Well "hidden" next to a Subway restaurant (btw this last got an amazing int'l staff that worth a stop), the outside look doesn't give a clue about what great restaurant is hidden inside. The personnel is very polite and the menu choices so attractives it invites to come more than once. We were five - including a three years old - and all got food you would expect in some grands restaurants. No exageration. The only backside, and that's one that can be corrected easily from the restaurant owners: the wine was not served at good temperature. A simple rule: a light red (e.g. Beaujolais) is best at 59F (15C), and a very strong/solid red (e.g. Saint-Emilion) at 64.4F (18C). Hence, it was very sad to get a "good" Californian red wine at over 75F. Forget the wine and this restaurant shall get a mention in a travel guide. A must.
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