Just to follow up on previous posts about this restaurant, which weren't enthusiastic. My wife and I went last night with my parents. My feeling is that while the menu is not startlingly innovative, the execution in the kitchen is very good. And the service, while not completely polished, was very attentive.
The bread (from an outside bakery) was fresh and delicious, always a good sign. At the table were my wild salmon (perfectly done, although the accompanying roast potatoes and steamed vegetables were underwhelming), duck confit with wild rice, and calf's liver. All generous but not overwhelming portions, all deftly made.
A good option if you're in the area. And check out Arcadia, a lovely housewares store across the street (Partition Street).