The restaurant was so uncomfortably cold that we ate dinner in our coats. Since our table was near the door we kept getting blasts of cold air even though we had asked our waitress if there was a warmer table we could have. We would have left at that point except that we were there to celebrate my father-in-law's birthday. If a restaurant is going to be that cold they should offer complimentary hot beverages or close until they can reheat the space. You should also be very careful of the white paper they cover the tables with. I got no less than six paper cuts before we figured out that we needed to go around the outside of the table folding down the edges. Anyway, is a white paper-covered table restaurant the same as a ""white-tablecloth"" restaurant? During a past visit I have also had a problem with their salmon dish. It was so salty that I sent it back to the kitchen twice and just picked at it when it came back for a third time since I didn?t want to embarrass my husband any further. On the other hand, the bread they serve you in spiced oil is excellent, the food is generally tasty, if a little over priced, and they brought my father-in-law a nice big ice cream sundae with candle on top for his birthday. After this last experience, the manager kindly called me at home, apologized, and promised to send us a gift certificate. I really appreciate it when a restaurant cares enough to follow up on the less than perfect visit.
Pros: good bread and oil, food is tasty, good management
Cons: a litle expensive, bad experiences, busy, menu is small