finally got around to eating here, as it's in my neighborhood.
place is pretty nice. they have these cool and creative hanging lamps. we were seated by the window (granted, the place wasn't packed, never seen it packed).
server asked what we wanted to eat, so we stated our choices. i asked for the veal as a main entree and was told they've run out. huh.
when the appetizers arrived, i was impressed so far. boyfriend had the scallops and it was good. i had the seared fois gras and it was su-perb.
boyfriend ordered the rabbit, and i the pasta. when i saw his entree i thought that it was ok portions-wise. when it comes to fine dining i know that it's all about the quality and not quantity. fine. but when my pasta arrived i saw that there were only 5 pieces of the porcini ravioli. not impressed. i was expecting at least 7 pieces.
server came around to take our dessert choices and when my boyfriend wanted the quince the server also said they've run out of that. by this point i'm thinking, for a restaurant like this they must at least try to accomodate their customers by stocking up on the supplies. at least the server said that he didn't have to pay for the dessert he ordered, which was the chocolate. i had the figmint, and that was very filling.
overall the experience was ok, just not impressed that i filled up on the dessert instead of the entree.