This Manhattan-chic restaurant tucked in mid-country Greenwich serves an elegant, modern American menu behind a glass-walled kitchen. Chef Reza Khorshidi's cuisine is marked by French technique and simplicity. His wife, co-owner Rebecca Kirhoffer, matches his food with an eclectic, sophisticated and award-winning wine list. Signature dishes include foie gras dumplings in a black truffle broth, grilled fillet of Dover sole with spinach, wild mushrooms, and a lemon sauce, Kobe steak with pommes frites and a green peppercorn sauce, new fashioned lemon meringue pie, pear tarte tatin with homemade toasted almond ice cream, and homemade baked Alaska.Opened in December 1997, Rebeccas' fresh design and seasonal menu are in stark contrast to Morgan's, the beloved local restaurant institution that occupied the space for 30 years prior. Yet from the moment Khorshidi and Kirhoffer, herself a Greenwich native, served their first guest the restaurant assumed nearly instant status as a new Greenwich institution, characterized by Khorshidi's surprisingly sophisticated level of cooking and Kirhoffer's service and design sensibilities.