I was there with my friend the last Saturday in April. You go down a narrow alley like some off the beaten place in Italy and there is a quaint little cottage hidden behind the antique shops. The service and food are superb. The curried chicken salad is amazing, but don't ask for the recipe becasue it is a secret weapon. Adam's balsamic vinegarette and raspberyy salad dressings might just be the best I have ever tasted. Watch out in your grocery aisle for Adam's salad dressings some time in the future, they are that good. The desserts are fantastic and I drizzled some of Adam's raspberry saldad dressing over it, and it was great! The chef came out and spoke to us, very friendly. He told us he is having a summer menu and we can't wait to come back and try it. I only wish I was there to try his Earl Grey Martinis. Heard they were off-the-chain!! I only have one recommendation, when packaging loose tes, please fasten them securely because tea falls out in the styro and bag, and you don't want to loose any of that exquisite tea. OVERALL: FIVE STARS GUYS!!!!