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The Lark Restaurant Review: Done up in a Portuguese country inn style, the restaurant serves a prix-fixe dinner which begins with selections from the appetizer trolley trundled to the tableside, followed by soup, pasta, a dollop of house-made Italian ice and salad, all at the price of the main course chosen from a brief list. Entrées might include grilled veal medallions or honey-crisp, Chinese-oven roasted duck. There is no such thing as an inexpensive evening at The Lark, which is named for proprietors Jim and Mary Lark. Mary, an artist, is responsible for many of the pottery items displayed. A brick-walled garden produces herbs and flowers during summer.