I've finally eaten at Stonehorse Cafe in Utica Square, and the meal chef Tim Inman prepared was as good as many a two-star restaurant in New York City. My family often buys food at the restaurant's shop. I've never seen anything like that store, even in NYC. They sell food that's raw but prepped for cooking. Two and a half inch thick pork chops brined and marinated, huge chickens brushed with a garlic and rosemary paste, and prime-quality steaks, all from small farms and ranches in Colorado or Okla., and all excellent. But I'd never eaten there before. I went for lunch and had halibut, crusted in pistachio in the style Wylie Dufresne made famous, served on a bed of minced shallots, tomato and huge shrimp, and surrounded by a wonderful sauce that was little thicker than consomme, the color of lobster bisque with flecks of cream, but was redolent with flavor -- a tart citrus vied with Chardonnay. Certainly worth mention.