Upon entering this unique restaurant, we learned that it used to be a flour mill hundreds of years ago. A drink at the bar and then we met our party for dinner. A nice rustic environment and a seat next to the rambling stream. Not many diners, but it was a holiday weekend. A nice bottle of Amarone to start off with and then the food. Appetizers were the shrimp cocktail, the duck pate and 2 salads. All were very tasty. Main courses were the salmon with buerre blanc (which I substituted with the salsa from another dish), the osso buco, the "carpetbagger" and the scallops. All the courses were a very nice size and food was good not great. All in all a nice evening, but not running back since it was a bit out of the way for us.