A re-visit with a favorite spot where reservations are a must. They have roughly 2 seatings, 7:30 and 9:30, so if you want a more relaxed visit you might go for the later time. We have learned that the best is to order what the waiter suggests and just peruse the menu to whet your appetite. We started with the fish carpaccio and all were fresh and perfectly sliced. They are served with a sour cream like
sauce as well as wasabi and lemon, so you are well fixed if you want to season these mild flavors. The grilled monkfish was cooked perfectly, so moist and I love the large flake of this fish. The side salad was actually quite good and not the usual throwaway garnish. They have great desserts but tonight I was just too full to indulge in any. They also have a nice selection of after dinner beverages.