are so chic and perfect setting for this
wonderful waterfront setting.
When you go, ask for server, Gianpaolo, he made our evening so memorable and special! Such a lovely personality, we got to know him a little. He had some cooking experience after working at Norman’s in the Gables, so he helped us with our dinner selections.
The roast duck I felt had a nice crispy exterior but think the chef was so intent getting it crispy, it made the interior a little dry. However, when we reheated the next day, it was tender again. We both love duck, it’s such a tasty bird without doing anything to it. I’m not a fan of mixing sweet sauces with my savory protein, so I just didn’t dip my duck in the raspberry demi glace. The lamb chops were perfect, seared exterior and tender interior. I shouldn’t have ordered mushroom risotto but felt I just had to give a try in all the departments. It was creamy and very mushroomy, I’d order that again. I really had two bites of the duck and lamb and took the rest home.
Bumped into Executive Klime Kovaceski on our way out and got our photos taken with Gerry Kelly, sorry Louie, didn’t get you in this shot! That was so nice of the chef to say goodbye.
the olive oil with olive dip was divine.
The pan seared scallops.
Baked Escargot, mushrooms, sundried
tomatoes, garlic & herb butter.
Roasted Maple Leaf Duck
raspberry demi glace, grilled asparagus.
They split our 2 dishes. We took most of
this home. We were so full.