My family and I dined here two years ago and loved it. I finally found my way back last night. Jillian and I headed over for an early dinner on a very cold and blustery night. Curtis, the same Jamaican waiter from two years ago seated us near fireside. We loved our spot although it was very warm but enjoyable. We chose a lovely Savignon Blanc by the bottle (sorry did not write down names but we had considered Oyster Bay but Curtis made another rec that proved to be very nice). We shared a goat cheese souffle (sublime) and I ordered the roasted Mahi Mahi and Jillian ordered the chicken with chanterelle sauce. Oh the bread, I suspect Pain D'avignon was amazing because it came with sweet butter and an amazing salt with granulated kalamata olives. It was so good I begged Curtis for a little bit to take home. He procured two small plastics full of this salty treat. AMAZING waiter..good stuff.
We loved our food..we loved Curtis, the ambiance was tranquil and relaxing. They close next week so Curtis can go home to Discovery Bay. We will be back in April or perhaps for Mother's Day Brunch.
The bill was 123.00 with 18% tip included. I left an additional gratuity for amazing service.