The new name is Collective Kitchen. We sat outside on a blustery afternoon and ended up changing seats to get out of the sun, then back into the sun, out of the wind and finally inside.
The waitress was very patient and helpful with both the wine list and the menu. We had a couple of great glasses of rose and thoroughly enjoyed the lamb popsicles to start. Lamb was cooked to perfection.
For main courses we had duck breast with Brussel sprout hash (perfection) and pork ribs (more perfection). Two wonderful glasses of red were recommended.
Unfortunately the restaraunt filled up for a Sunday night, and with only one server some customers who arrived after us had challenging service, giving the room a stressed feeling.
Food and service were fantastic for us. Hope the staffing levels get better so everyone gets the experience we did
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