The low-key dining room draws a loyal crowd from the nearby Preston Hollow and Bluffview neighborhoods. The menu leans Mediterranean via dishes like seared foie gras with aged balsamic, porcini pappardelle, and a star-anise-rubbed tenderloin. We enjoyed a starter of cornmeal-crusted fried green tomatoes dotted with marinara sauce and shaved Manchego, and a chef’s special wowed us: pan-seared branzino with braised fennel and beurre blanc, served with Israeli couscous in a lemony vinaigrette.  Desserts are staid crowd-pleasers, like creme brûlée and a brownie-like chocolate “gob.”