A must in the finger lakes. The intimate restaurant seats 12 and the menu changes daily. When we went the duck was out of this world but the ‘market board’ is the dish we can’t stop talking about. Fresh fruit and veggies with dips and spreads you wouldn’t believe. An amazing experience
Fantastic dining experience! This restaurant reminded me a bit of cruise ship dining, in that the menu is set when you walk in. They will definitely take dietary restrictions and allergies into account, but don't worry about not liking something—everything is meticulously prepared using fresh and in-season ingredients. The flavors blended together perfectly, the chef is a culinary expert, she knows what she's doing. While we didn't drink, they have an excellent and knowledgeable sommelier on staff who will choose wine pairings for you that I'm sure are perfect. No one around us had any complaints about the drinks. The other support staff were attentive and friendly.
I can’t say we ate dinner at F.L.X. Table last night because the experience is more than just dinner. This is an experience where you learn as you eat and drink if you choose to do so. We showed up a half and hour early to enjoy a cocktail before our seating. They had a half a dozen cocktails as well as several wines and beers on the drink menu. When you’re called to your table, they seat you and then explain to the room what the menu is for the evening as well as what the different wine and beer pairings are you can choose from. If you drink, just do it. They’re good at it. It was a 5 course meal with a lot of local produce and meat. The food was prepared perfectly and it was over the top delicious. The courses are small but fear not. You’ll be waddling out the door. I can see where this place would not be for everyone because you don’t have a choice in what they serve you. I’m lucky because I love all food with the exception of vegetable oil. They will ask you about food allergies so don’t worry about that.
I wanted to like the food (especially for the price), however it missed the mark completely. There seemed to be higher importance in making creative dishes with unique ingredients but this resulted in disappointing and inconsistent flavors course after course. Another reviewer hit the nail on the head saying this place is a Michelin star-wannabe restaurant. To be honest, I would not return even if the meal was free. My advice is to stop trying to be so creative and place more emphasis on creating tasty food.
We had a lovely tasting menu with wine pairings from Finger Lakes wineries. Each course was well conceived and the pairings were perfect. I love not only the well executed food but the creativity with items like chicken hearts.
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