This was an absolute pleasure to dine at, everything about the service, the food to the story itself was wonderful.
I have to admit I was surprised by the decor as it’s not what what I’m accustomed to when I hear fine dining. My first thought was, this feels like someone’s home! By the end of the evening it was just another detail that separated a nice dinner from a fine dining experience.
Our waitress and staff were extremely attentive throughout the night. In addition, I found it extremely kind that Chef Bruno came out and personally greeted all of the guests.
The food was amazing. We had the lobster ravioli, tempura shrimp, and escargot. Everything tasted so fresh. I loved the salad, there’s nothing like a fresh Caesar dressing and the concept of the rice bowls was very cool.
Our main dishes surpassed our expectations. The pasta was obviously from scratch, the flavors truly exquisite. My favorite was the saffron mashed potatoes.
We went to the White House to celebrate my little sister’s birthday. We ordered the banana tart and they brought a complimentary sampler of all of the desserts. While we enjoyed all of the desserts, the crème brûlée was the table’s favorite. Of all the dishes we tried I’d recommend ordering it.
I think the crown jewel of the evening was not the food, but the story. I loved hearing about the recipes coming from his mother and the rebuild after the fire to incorporate that homey feel. I also loved hearing about the non profit the restaurant runs. Each Monday and Tuesday they close in order to make meals for families in need in the area.
I loved the entirety of the experience and would 100% encourage anyone looking for a superb night out