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Estia's Little Kitchen Restaurant Review: This roadside maisonette sits deep in the woods between Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton. Its dependable, creative comfort food is prepared by chef-owner Colin Ambrose from locally grown fruits and vegetables and, often, Long Island meats and seafood. Wooden fish and utensils on the walls accent the country feel. Breakfast fare includes a variety of omelets; house-made buttermilk pancakes with fruit; elaborate platters with crab, avocado and eggs; Mexican-influenced bowls; and red flannel hash. At lunch, Hamptons denizens enjoy the hearty Cobb salad, eight-grain BLT or chicken quesadilla. Candlelight and white tablecloths bring a romantic vibe at dinner. Choose from starters like crab tostadas or apple and walnut salad, and follow with barbecue-glazed salmon or the fresh beef burger. Desserts include buñuelos with ice cream as well as a decent carrot cake. The wine list features a good number of Long Island bottles and a few options by the glass.