This is a spectacular space for a restaurant, with minimalist decor but rich wood finishes, including the remarkable bench seats within a virtual wine barrel. Inspired architecture. We were a party of 4, in for lunch. Jason, our excellent waiter, gave us a quick rundown on how the menu worked, size of portions, and the history of Levantine. We elected to run with 3 small dishes, two mains and a salad to be shared between us. The cured salmon and wagyu sliders were standouts. We enjoyed "bottomless" sparkling water, and a brilliant 2014 Levantine estate Pinot Noir. With coffees and dessert, the price weighed in at under $360. Remarkable value, and definitely a destination in its own right. Well done all.
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