We tried this new restaurant last Sunday. It's on St. Elmo in Bethesda just off Old Georgetown Rd.
A friend was in town and had read about it in the Post. It is quite expensive, but he has some really great choices. I can recommend:
the oyster stew - filled with diced leeks - succulent
mushroom carpaccio - thinly sliced portabello with a delicate sauce and tiny puffs of gnocci covered with shaved parmagianno. A delight.
chicken two ways - a breast covered with fontina and a slice of proscuitto; the leg is stuffed with wild mushrooms; served with polenta and red cabbage. I had this and liked it a lot.
roast cod - baked in a white bean mix and very good.
risotto with lobster - very simple and rich.
A good wine list and if you sit in the back room you can see into the kitchen through a large window. We enjoyed watching Craig and two other cooks prepare the dinners. They have some 1/2 size dishes. Desert and coffee were also good.
Expensive: it was $198 for three before tip.