Started with the escargot in garlic/parsley butter, cognac and melted gruyere. Also ordered the bacon wrapped Dates stuffed with Gorgonzola and almonds. Both were outstanding!
For entrees, we ordered the black and white sesame crusted Tuna with spicy chipotle aioli, asparagus, roasted potatoes in a soy reduction. This was excellent!
One of the specials, a Chilean sea bass with Moroccan rub and a sweet syrupy glaze that came with potatoes and bok choy was just slightly undercooked but otherwise very good as well.
For dessert, two of my favorite tastes combined in one decadent delight, a Pecan pie bread pudding topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and mint leaf sprig.
Beers were expensive e.g. $8-$9 apiece for imported German/Belgian varieties, but the overall cost was very reasonable.
All of the above, including two expensive beers, came to only $100 (before tip).
Overall, the entire meal was great!
Service was great! Our waitress was very attentive and likable.
The only downside is that the tables are very close together so if you’re looking to have a private conversation, you can’t.
Additionally, it is very loud/noisy making it difficult to hear and have a conversation without yelling and tuning everyone in to your business.
Also, be aware that since this was formerly train station, there is a big parking lot, however, all of the spaces are labeled permit parking only. My understanding is that you can park in the lot after 7 PM during the week and all day Saturday and Sunday. Otherwise, you’ll have to find parking on the street if arriving earlier.