I love the fresh menu choices and quaint eating area. My favorite dish is the pot of chocolate. Melts in your mouth. The food is always fresh and flavorful.
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We came here with a client at his recommendation. I have only been to a couple of tapas restaurants previously. He indicated this was his new favorite restaurant. He placed the orders for 4 of us. Everything we tried was excellent. The service was exceptional...More
We went at the invitation of family. Our group of 8 tried just about everything on the menu: pork scallopini with polenta, ravioli, fried chicken, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, baguette, prune wrapped in bacon, deviled eggs, salmon, mussels & octopus, lamb meatballs, beet salad and green...More
I am going to be biased because I love food and wine - this is a place that has high standards for both - and in Modesto of all places! We just had their salmon and snapper and a starter and it did not disappoint...More
Small plates means lots of sharing. Interesting combinations, menu changes regularly, never had anything I didn't like. Wonderful wine list.
Small restaurant with small plates that can be shared. Everything from pizza to shrimp, yummy/different salads ( warm brussel sprouts, beet, watermelon, pear, etc.), great selection of wines, good desserts. Don't be afraid to try something new.
This unpretentious-appearing restaurant in downtown Modesto has a regular following of frequent loyal diners. The restaurant has undergone some renovations recently which have made dining here even more pleasurable. A downstairs bathroom was added. The half of the restaurant that seats bigger parties has been...More
Ir's homey and fun. Small plates are delicious. The atmosphere is friendly and casual. Paul Tremayne, the owner, is on the floor most nights, chatting with the customers and mixing drinks on request. He has a great background in the wine business and keeps a...More