European-bistro-meets-local-forager, that's the theme at Edulis, a restaurant devoted to classic rustic dishes. Bentwood chairs, rough-hewed wood walls, and burlap breadbaskets evoke a farmhouse-like feel, and the soft lighting adds to the intimacy. Given the restaurant's name, a reference to edible mushrooms, you'll find all maner of fungi on the menu, from porcini to truffles. Savor intricate dishes such as truffle-poached lobster or roast duck breast in a wild cranberry mostarda. Gourmands can preorder entire lobes of foie gras, milk-fed piglet with perfectly crispy crackling, or succulent Chantecler chicken in hay.