At first on entry, the Cider Co restaurant looked welcoming, warm and cozy, with the fireplace going and a nice bar, then the hostess took us to the dining room, (they have two separat) our table ended up at the end of a narrow room with only a semi-trnsparent curtain separating us from the waiting room/lounge, so it was very noisy. I had a polenta with a tomato chutney topping as appetizer, the polenta was great, made like in Italy, but the tomato bruschetta like sauce was served cold, not a match! I was surprised for a $$ restaurant. My entree was a grilled cod fish, which tasted fresh but overcooked so that the outside was crusty and dry. The vine selection was very good, but for the red I think way overpriced.
The most disappointing thing was they did not have espresso or cappucino, which for this level of restaurant should be a must. Service was very good though.