My wife and I have walked by this restaurant many times, saying "We should eat here, some time." We finally did and I wish we'd done so sooner.
I had the evening's feature entree: pan-roasted halibut. Man, was that a tasty dish. The sides (quinoa, spinach, carrot) were a feast for the eyes and the tongue. In short, I was savouring every last bit of every bite of my meal. My wife ordered the sea scallops that were equally tasty and well-presented.
Dessert was hit and miss. The "tiramisu" was dreadful. Imagine a 9" round cake-style tiramisu that you'd buy from Costco. Yuck. Definately not what I was expecting. I mentioned my displeasure and the server acknowledged that he'd pass my comments along to the owner. My wife's creme brulee was so incredibly yummy. I think they put some rosewater in it?
The salad starters were good, both my wife's caesar and my greens with goat cheese and yellow beets.
The serving staff consisted of Jack (as mentioned in other reviews) and a young woman with glasses. Service was effective. She had a warmer personality that he. He's not going to win any awards for being friendly. As someone else had asked, "does that matter"?
I actually liked Jack's emotional distance as he effectively took care of our table's needs. And even when the place was 75% full, he still engaged us in a discussion when I asked him about restaurant practises in town (chef-owners vs. non-chef-owners).
I look forward to returning to this restaurant so conveniently located a short walk from our home.