10 days ago
This place is well worth whatever you happen to pay and whatever trouble it might take you to get there (which hopefully, isn't very much- it's easily found). Service: impeccable. Not hovering, but exceptionally cognizant of what you need. They're attentive & friendly, willing to answer questions. Food (vegetarian review): outstanding. And filling. By the 4th course or so, it was getting to the point of uncomfortably full. They have a vegetarian menu that has several choices to piece together a 3 course meal. It does not include dessert- it's an add-on. You can opt to make it a 7 course ('prestige') meal as well, which is pretty much everything on the vegetarian menu (you have to choose between a cheese plate or a soup). It comes with both desserts. I'm sure the menu changes, but they did some cool things- I crushed leaves in a mortar w/a pestle as part of dessert, balls of ice cream came out in dry ice, and there were all sorts of crackle-y, crispy things to crunch your way through. Dress code: Men- no running shoes, Vans or Converse. They'll make you change into a loaner pair, and they might not have your size- my husband had to wear a pair that looked like clown shoes. Ladies- jeans are ok. Same as above. I assume guys can wear jeans as well (nice jeans), but not 100% sure. At the end of the meal, they'll offer to call you a cab. Great experience!