This chic restaurant is one of the hottest spots around. The proprietors combine artisanal tableware and furniture with a seasonal, farm-to-table cuisine like grilled pork belly and almond-encrusted salmon. The walls also host rotating shows by local artists.
Oct 1, 2007
We were driving home from the Burlington Airport and noticed the door opened..we thought it was an art gallery at first. Husband came out with menu and that was all she wrote. Absolutely terrific food- For appetizer: we shared the ravioli stuff with goat cheese and basil sauce. I had a sort of boullabaise/ciopino that they called Tagine . It was wonderful and I highly recommend it.It was filled with tilapia,clams,mussels,scallops and shrimp with
leek and fennel over couscous in a light broth.. My husband had the NY Strip steak with sour cherry butter.. We shared a dessert: Choco/hazelnute indulgence with cointreau ice cream ( homemade). EVERYTHING was great and we cannot wait to go back.