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Wiltshire on Market Restaurant Review: Wiltshire on Market has only a very discreet sign on its front window indicating the restaurant’s identity, so anyone who comes across the place by accident will feel they’ve found a lost treasure. The stone-accented interior boasts softly lit wood and seats just 40 diners. Paintings and tapestries by local artists enrich the rustic walls. Chef Jonathan Exum’s dishes change weekly, but examples include bacon pâté empanadas with creamy tomato slaw; a kale-and-herb salad with bacon vinaigrette; curried coconut shrimp soup with sticky rice and mussels; seasonal vegetables pad thai with sweet potato noodles; chicken fricassee; and blackened pork loin with charred broccoli. Cheese and charcuterie boards are ideal for sharing. Choose the house-made cookies and truffles plate to finish the meal. The full bar pours creative cocktails; there’s a short but well-chosen wine list and bottled craft beers. Youthful servers seem not only pleased, but genuinely happy that you are enjoying the fare.