This restaurant doesn't get talked about much on the board but I was really impressed. The owners say that they have a 30 acre organic farm that provides the majority of their produce. What we had was incredibly delicious. Started with a roasted tomato soup with a parmesan crostini floating on top and a drizzle of basil puree (can't be local tomatoes, I don't think; too early. But very tasty nevertheless. Followed by a special of roasted scallops, served with a zucchini gratin, baby carrots and cauliflower. Again very yummy, fresh flavors. Dessert was a highlight. Warmed fresh berries and apricots in a winey juice, served with raspberry sorbet and cream. Not heavy, not too sweet, tasted of essence of fruit. Really, really good. Service was ok, adequate, but a bit slow in execution. Place wasn't full and easy to walk in with no reservations. I would definitely go back.