We came with high expectations which were mostly confirmed with notable exceptions. The food was exquisite. Succulent, home-made gnoccis, finger-licking scallops on a bed of sweet potatoes, and thick and delicately cooked, delicious grouper on the tastiest mashed potatoes I've ever tasted. The downside came in the service: The wait staff had no knowledge of Dubonnet, and the bar didn't have two of our aperitif call drinks. To top it off, when we wanted a waiter, we had to go and tackle one down even though there were only three full tables in the entire restaurant. Would have been a memorable evening if the service had matched the quality of the food.
Pros: Exquisite food, Beautiful ambiance