A fantastic wedding anniversary gift meal!Started with the ample and well executed popovers with consomme. I will say as a fine dining experience the waiter said broth where the menu says consumme, it definitely was chicken broth and not consomme, from my experience in the culinary arts :) regardless the popover was delicious and accompanied by slightly sweetened guava butter.Next up was the 3 cheese board. We selected a blue, brie and manchego. It was accompanied by fruit past gels, candied nuts, crackers and slices strawberry. All pleasant and fresh. The manchego was about 6 months or less aged, the brie was creamy and had no acidity or bite so perhaps double creme or triple and the blue was not too pungent. All tasted delicious and the portions were quite large.My wife had the Atlantic salmon with salad and it was cooked just below mid rare which is exactly how fine dining should serve salmon, allowing it to finish in the resting period prior to service. It was fresh, seasoning vibrant and just fell apart with slight fork pressure.I had the grassfed wagyu burger rare and it was cooked and seasoned exactly as it should be. The portion, generous and the build of the burger correct. Toasted bun, aioli, lettuce tomatoes onion cheese burger lettuce aioli bun.They kindly brought out a small burnt creme dessert with a candle. It too was delicious.I always reccomend friends and family try Mariposas. Its fine dining feel with out fine dining prices compared to Alan Wongs.