On occasion, the chef will prepare a customized dish that is not on the menu for a customer, if the kitchen is stocked with the ingredients, he said.
The individualized service is a main reason customers return.
The lengthy wine list includes top of the line champagne as well as red and white wines. The average cost for lunch is between $9 and $12, with dinner between $25 and $30.
“One thing that makes our restaurant different is that we offer piano playing and dancing,” Donica said.
Dancing is available Tuesday through Saturday and the pianist is on stage during Sunday brunch, he said.
After retiring from the advertisement industry, the couple bought the restaurant in 2006 after seeing a newspaper ad.