Bosc serves its dishes with poise and warmth in a simple, serene atmosphere. In a way, it's a brochure for the charms of wealthy suburban dining - educated, indulgent cuisine, a design that provides comfort and privacy and a staff that waits on you hand and foot without the irritating tinge of subservience I too often see in upscale restaurants.
The kitchen does nearly everything well - exceptions were few and hardly worth mentioning. From the New York strip to my favorite dish which was the pan-seared duck breast.
Wide selection of wines make for that perfect evening.