We found this lovely restaurant quite by accident but delighted we did. Unfortunately, we have become quite informal in our choices in dining choices over the past few years. As we were looking for a fitting place to celebrate a special evening, the Chef's Table came to the surface.
The area is charming, the restaurant itself is a bit unusual, but the food and service were very good. They offer a nice selection of dishes in the 3 course meal. The fillet is to live for. The grouper entree was very good. All food is prepared in the continental style and well prepared.
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