Really enjoyed dinner there last night. The low point was our appetizers, mussel chowder and the endive and roquefort salad, both were ok, but nothing to rave about. The chowder tasted fine, but I wanted it to be something more than a few mussels a broth, the mussels themselves were cooked just right. The salad was had some mustard heat. Our entrees, braised lambshanks and braised short ribs were wonderful, as were our desserts, a maple creme brulee and a pear crisp with ice cream (I think that was the second dessert, it was a crisp). Service was fine and unobstrusive. Room is nice. A fine meal.