Historic. Considered to be Bermuda's oldest restaurant, the carefully restored mid-17th-century home occupies a peaceful setting. Contributing to the graceful atmosphere are handsome table settings, original woodwork and antiques. The cadre of servers are pampering and attentive. International cuisine with Bermudian influences is skillfully prepared, delicious and visually appealing. I always enjoy the classic baked escargot for its earthiness or maybe surprise yourself with the foie gras of the moment. The main courses have some creative elements and range from whole trout with bacon and mushroom salad to stuffed pork loin and roasted quail.