Went here for dinner on a Friday night. My wife and I were eating light, so we decided to share an appetizer and a main dish. Our waithereas very attentive, and very apologetic when he informed us the kitchen was out of our appetizer choice. We made a substitution, and sat back.
The vibe of the place is artsy, but not over-the-top hipster. In a word-relaxing.
Our won-ton soup and dumpling appetizer arrived and they were delicious. The dumplings were very fresh and flavorful. When our main dish arrived ( a chicken and broccoli affair), the kitchen had already split it onto two plates, no extra charge. It's that kind of little touch that really impresses me. We still wound up taking some food back to the hotel in a to go box.
The only slight nick-the kitchen was a tad slow. Not painfully, but not a place I'd recommend if you were in a hurry. To their credit, the waiter did ask if we were on a particualr time schedule, and we said no.
All in all-a most pleasant experience. Would definitely revisit. Didn't have the sushi this time, but it looked wonderful.
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