In a restored colonial mansion with beautiful artwork decor.
Went here with a tour group. Had a set menu that included several different dishes, lots of food, taste was above average. We loved the sauteed morning glory.
We really wanted this to have worked out because the restaurant was recommended to us and the house in which it is situated is very cute and everything until the food is cosy and nice. However the food was very disappointing, spring rolls tasted strange and my duck looked and tasted more like an upset turkey. My wife's salad was...