David Chester Lee •
06 Jul 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower
The service and food here were good- the staff knew the menu and the wines well and were able to give good educated recommendations. Attentive service from the friendly staff.
However, this was meant to be a bistro afterall, and one would thus expect the price point to in accordance to a bistro- rather than semi fine dining, which it is what its pricing currently is. Being familiar with the wines that they have listed as their housepours, I could tell that they are making a good profit margin off them- while the housepours are supposed to contribute to your profits and lower your bottomline, their markup borders on being a little excessive.
The same could be said for food- $80+ for a sharing plate (for 2) of pork seems more 'restaurant' than 'bistro', if you ask me.
Dessert was a dulce de leche tart which, while satisfying all your sweet cravings with the right balance and harmonious flavours, was over-priced at $14 (if I recall correctly).