A few days ago, “06880” tripped down Memory Lane with recollections of the bajillion Westport restaurants that have served their last wasabi-crusted tuna, waffles or whatever.
Bottom line, the experience was fantastic. They serve full and half-sized meals, so we ordered a bunch of dishes and ate tapas-style.
Most of the dishes — the steak, chicken, tuna tartare, risotto, polenta — were fantastic, but I worked a bit too hard to clear out the bones of the snapper and sardines.
I forget what we had for appetizers — oh, the squid (or was it the octopus?) — was a bit tough, but still good.
The waiters and everyone we came in contact with were super-nice. Maybe best of all, it was really reasonably priced. I think the most expensive item was the full-sized portion of the steak, at $28 (that might also have been the tastiest dish).
We didn’t have any dessert, having eaten too much to leave any room for more.
Sounds good to me. And if you — like our reviewer — feel stuffed, the Y is right across the street.