This restaurant is virtually invisible. seems you have to be "in the know" to have ever heard of it. it's not well advertised, tucked into a little highway 169 slot of a few business' (car dealership, OK Corral) in a little white building with its own small sign on it. The curb appeal of this building is not very inviting but don't let that stop you from walking in. It's simple and quaint when you get in. white table cloths no glam, no fancy candles or tiling. but when you think of all of this you remember it is a restaurant and what matters most should be food and service. You will get both here. That small town waitress that doesn't have an ounce of condescending attitude like i have seen in the big city spots will serve you here. they will be knowledgeable and friendly. As for the food.... wow, it is so delicious. Sol Wellington was something i never heard of, my girlfriend ordered it, amazing. pastry filled with whitefish mmmm mmmm. I ordered the rack of lamb which came out well organized on the platter, perfectly cooked and well seasoned. definitely not over salted or bland, just well balanced seasoning. It was delicious. dessert.... this incredible fruit napoleon with layered puff pastry, berries and cream enough to feed 2 or 3 people for dessert and oh so tasty. Go here and spread the word, this little spot is deserving of a little more attention.