The menu here is very eclectic.
As soon as you walk in it feels like you're in someone's apartment. Old, quaint, dim accent lighting, open air, cinder block walls & varnished wood ceilings with huge windows with a great view of the Public Market. The kitchen is in open view.
Burrata - Mozzarella pieces with a balsamic fig sauce, fresh figs, rhubarb and toasted bread. This was really good. Nice app to sweeten your palette.
Grilled octopus - Damn this was good! A couple of legs with kimchee & arugula. Yummy!
Charcuterie - The selection changes daily. We got steak tartar, rabbit patte, raw scallops with tobiko, and chicken liver mousse. Everything was delish! Raw phoebes beware!
Half roasted chicken - Crispy & tender chicken over mashed potatoes, with wild mushrooms, pearl onions and sprouts on the side. I almost never order chicken in restaurants because its so boring and common, but our server recommended this and it was delish! He might've changed my discriminative mind!
Kurobuta pork tenderloin - Super tender pre-cut chunks of pork with a smooth salty flavor, over a bed of mashed potatoes, greens, ham hock, and 2 pieces of chicharone.
We had reservations for 9:30 pm. The place was still pretty busy. The host greeted us within a minute. Our server Philip was excellent. So attentive and professional. Our drinks never got below half before they were refilled. Excellent without being overdone.
Excellent food and service. A great alternative if you've had enough seafood.
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