has anyone been to perdix lately? i know it has been around for a while, but i just recently rediscovered it and there is something definitely brewing in that kitchen. i really don't know why it isn't more busy! the cooking is easily as good or better in many cases as their neighbors. the head chef, i believe his name is seth?, must be a madman because the cooking that comes out of the small kitchen is insane. we were in there last night and had a really outstanding steak frite. hanger steak, served with heirlooms and a bluecheese sauce. WOW. my partner had a special that was scallops with sausage, arugula, and figs. out of this world! i am remiss to share this experience because i don't want to have to wait too long for a table, but the food was just awesome. seriously, the kitchen-- it's like santa's workshop--- they produce things you can only dream of! oh, don't let me forget the desserts. i had this flaky, creamy napoleon made with honey and raisins. perdix is definitely worth a first, second, 10th visit.