We heard about this restaurant from our chef friends in Seattle and weren’t able to go last year so we made it a priority this time. Definitely worth it. Such a cozy intimate spot that makes for a relaxing dinner.
My husband LOVED the beef tartare. There were crispy bits of sunchoke in it which gave it great texture. I can never say no to burrata when I see it on a menu. This one was topped on a delicious piece of grilled bread surrounded by bright salsa verde. So good!
Our mains included the fried arroz negro with squid and romesco and the swordfish with avocado, Meyer lemon and almonds. Both were outstanding. Not one bit was left on our plates. Dessert was just as incredible. Panna cotta with vinegar and honey – perfection!