This was our second time. If anything, it was even better than before. While quite expensive, the food and service are worth it. A tiny place, seating perhaps 20, the best seats are next to the kitchen from where diners can watch the chef perform artfully and efficiently in one of the smallest cooking spaces I have seen. I have learned several valuable techniques from ust watching these two times, The menus seems to change frequently, so I won't recommend any specific dishes, but everything we have tried is first rate.
One qualm: If it is a warm or rainy evening, don't sit near the air conditioners, which can be noisy.
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