Great local spot. There's nothing like it in the area. Food was excellent, except for the miso mashed potatoes, which were very sweet. Everything else was delicious, including the free bread and dipping oil. Nice atmosphere and staff was attentive, as well. $215 bill for four people, so it's a bit pricey, but worth checking out.
Our first visit and we were all quite impressed! I ordered the evenings special, which was 'surf n turf', an 8 oz. fillet and lobster mac and cheese; my wife ordered the slow braised short ribs with orzo; my sister ordered the lobster filled ravioli, tomato sherry bisque, lobster garnish; my brother-in-law ordered the potato chip encrusted haddock, asparagus risotto. All of these were wonderfully presented and perfectly prepared. The tastes were fantastic! The kitchen here is top-notch!! Our seating was in a front alcove on a street facing window and was intimate and relatively quiet. The main dining area seems a bit too noisy, though.
The menu was so tempting, I didn't know what to choose!] We all ordered appetizers and they were delicious and filling. I ordered the scallop appetizer and the salad with strawberries and goat cheese. Delicious! Cannot wait to go again!
Not too familiar with Clinton, but we stumbled on to this little gem. Understated elegance with a welcoming feel. Albert, the restaurant manager, greeted us warmly. Server was pleasant, the wine list complements the food beautifully. And the food is out of this world amazing. We ordered a little bit of everything...short ribs, filet, salmon, lobster mac n cheese. Looking forward to St. Patrick''s day, and the corned beef. Chef Ilias does a wonderful job preparing traditional and eclectic food combinations. Plenty of free on street parking, function facilities upstairs overlooking the dining area, holds 60 comfortably.
The lobster bisque was delicious and so was my Caesar salad with shrimp. It is great atmosphere and they make wonderful drinks. It is a bit pricey, however, it is worth every penny. Top quality. I wish I could afford to go there more often. It was a real treat.