2 adults. We ate there probably in 2002. And it was "okay"; a little on the disappointing side. So we had not returned until now. And glad we did. Great service first of all. We had a 5:30 ADR. (When they open.) We were served warm, fresh bread with butter. DH and I each had an appetizer. Me: Smokey Portobello Soup with Roasted Shiitakes and Chive Oil. DH: Venison Pot Stickers with Tamarind Ponzu. DH had a spoon of my soup, and I had a bite of his pot sticker. Soup was very good and flavorful. I love mushroom soup, so just had to try it. And was not disappointed. DH loved the pot stickers. Very meaty. And we could tell the meat was of very good quality. The server warned DH the dipping sauce was spicy. But neither of us thought it was at all. But it was yummy. For my main course I also had Mixed Greens Salad (with Roasted Pear, Champagne Vinagrette, Black Diamond Cheddar and Candied Hazelnuts). Pretty yummy stuff. But can't say I would have known any pears were in the salad. And although it was good, I probably would not order it again. Not a must do. However, I also ordered a side dish of Artisan Cheese and Macaroni with Basil Crust, for $4. Now for $4 I was not expecting much in a place like AC. I was expecting basically a scoop. I got an oblong casserole dish with lots of mac n cheese. DH had a few bites, and I brought home probably 75% of it. I wanted to see if their mac n cheese was better than Chefs de France. The answer is YES. Can't believe it was only $4. They had several sides I was tempted to try. Another I debated about was the Sweet Potato-Hazelnut Gratin. (Also $4.) Even the server recommended it. They also offer Truffle Fries ($4). But sounded like just french fries in truffle oil. DH almost ordered the salmon. But instead ordered Marinated Grilled Berkshire Pork Chop, with Butternut Squash Ravioli, Wild Mushroom Ragout and Roasted Garlic Demi-Glaze. BIG thumbs up! Ding, ding, ding. We have a winner! While eating he said we have to come back there more! Too full for dessert. While waiting for opening: We waited in the bar area, and they serve quite a few bar food options. One that sounded good to us was shredded pork flat bread. (Or something called similar to that.) They also have nachos and other choices. We did not think the prices were bad and never would have thought to grab a bite there sometime. But would be willing to try it. I liked the mac n cheese so much I got the recipe. I don't know if the Dis recipe database has it or not. If it doesn't, I will add it. The title is "Tillamook Mac and Cheese with Maytag Crust". However the recipe does not include basil, which was in the crusty topping I had tonight. So way back when we were not as impressed. Tonight we were.