Where you's least expect it. The ""finest"" restaurant in the area, the William Tell was not only delicious, but the ambience was charming and cozy. House salad came with all entrees and was perfectly coated in a simple vinaigrette. Steak Maison was cooked to perfection, and garlic mashed were a bit glueu but tasty. My husband's veal chop was coated in a sauce with mushroom - delicious. For a finale, order to white chocolate bread pudding with two spoons. A great ending. Service was too fast and not attentive enough but the food made up for it.
Pros: Food, Ambience