This restaurant is noisy. We were lucky enough to be seated in a corner in the back of the dining room and were spared the worst of the noise, but still, it is a noisy place. The menu is moderately creative and it is obvious that the chef has real potential. The wine list is not large, but they do have some nice wines to choose from at various price points. Unfortunately, they were very busy and although our waiter was very good, he could not keep up with all his tables. My dining companion and I ordered five small dishes, and then one larger dish. While all the food was good to very good, nothing was amazing, and a couple of the dishes were overcooked and under-seasoned.
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