My daughter and I tried FF again last night after a lengthy time away following a couple of so-so meals. I am happy to report that everything was back to normal! Although Chef Tim wasn't there we noticed the kitchen functioning as always (efficiently) and the staff, while all new to me, was very good. We started with the Arugula salad with walnuts and pears and it was split for us without our asking. It was top notch. I had the charred New York Strip and although it was more rare than the medium rare I ordered it was very, very good, tasty and tender with very little waste. Very much improved over my two most recent visits. The Yukon potatos were better than the past, as well. My daughter had the scallops over the rissoto du jour and it was great. There were only three scalllops and about half the amount of risotto as in the past but honestly it was always too much food before (sadly the price is still the same). The scallops were excellent and the risotto soooo tasty. Halfway through our meal we were treated to a couple of vegetable samplers from the one Chef we still know and they were excellent - One of them was the accompanyment to the Halibut special of the evening making me think this would have been a VERY good entree. No room for desert although the offerings don't seem as great as before (IMO) my daughter thought the valharona chocolate creation looked decadent. Service was wonderful (Joey) and I am happy to say FF is back into my full graces. A+!!! I forgot to mention that we were told 'business casual' upon making our reservation. Most people were in casual park clothes though and one larger group included two men in flowered bathing suit shorts & logo tee shirts, virtually everyone wore flip flops and one girl had a spagehtti strap tee over a bathing suit top...Don't believe the Dress Code requirements for a minute.