This place really understands sea food
Went here for restaurant week with two friends and the experience was spectacular. The location is wonderful and it was snowing which really added to the experience as we looked out onto the skating rink. I had one piece of salmon sushi as me and a friend waited for the third person to join our group. The single sushi piece was a little (actually very) pricy at $5 per piece but the fish was really fresh and I will definitely go back for more sushi when I'm in the mood to indulge. We had three courses as part of the price fixed menu and everything from the mushroom soup, to the trout and chocolate ganache was absolutely delectable. The mushroom soup had an emulsion of cream at the top, which added a very creative touch and gave the soup that extra umph. The trout was cooked to perfection and served over a bed of shaved brussle sprouts. The dessert was edible art. The chef had arranged chocolate ganache, almond torte, orange icecream, and scooped out pear in such a visually pleasing way that I did not want to ruin it, but it five minutes later, my plate was wiped clean; my haste in consuming it was a true testament to the taste, for the flavors came together in a way which appealed very much to my taste buds. I love the restaurant and I have no complaints about the service for that was also wonderful. The bottled water was expensive at $9 per bottle so I will opt for the tap water. The food was great and you should give it a try. If you don't want to pay so much for the entre, then go at a time when they offer the price fix menu. Lots of places can prepare good sea food but this place turned lunch into a culinary experience.