Wow, good food in Memphis that wasn't barbecued?.
The only place in Memphis that has discovered what eating is really about - no fancy-shmancy words or bizarre concoctions to justify prices.
The taste is superb, the menu is manageably sized and changes seasonally. They grow a lot of their vegetables in a garden behind the restaurant and most of their purchases are from local vendors. Pricing is on par with Houston's but the portions are disappointingly smaller (albeit healthier, I know, but when an entrée is pushing $30 I'd like to have a little left over).
Service staff has been sweet, courteous and prompt, though occasionally a little uninformed. I've recommended this place to all of my friends, but if you'd like a buzz while you're waiting on the main course, be sure to order wine and not cocktails: my vodka soda seemed to be absent of vodka.