Since the Calamari had been recommended by two people, we got two orders. Is was marekdly more tender than at other places, fried in a tempura batter with a bit or aoili similar to Russian dressing. The best part was the tenderness. The mussels in garlic and wine were also good, but not spectacular. The butter lettuce salad and cold tomato soup were fine, but also unexceptional. Entrees were Halibut with fava beans covered in a flavorful pesto, simply cooked lamb in mashed potatoes and spinach, and a tasty thin crust pizza. We did not go for dessert, but glasses of the pinot grigio were disappointing. The Cotes du Rhone villages from Orange, however was not.