We (six adults and a 3 year-old) went there for supper recently). We had a reservation and were promptly seated. There appeared to be only one preparer behing the kitchen counter, and one server for the entire premises. The menu offerings were small dishes, sort of a take-off on tapas-style dining, and our impression was that they were pricey offerings for what they were (eg. $9.33 for a small bowl of mac & cheese with a few broken Cheesies on top as a garnish - for the 3 year old). The price range for our chosen small plate offerings ran between $8.67 and $$16.67 a dish! (as an example their version of a Japa Dog was over $11.00!) When one of us inadvertently sampled a dish with sriracha in it, resulting in a burning mouth, we asked for a glass of milk (to quell the burn) and were told the restaurant didn't have milk! To the point, although some of the small creations were interesting, none of us left feeling particularly well-fed, but we did feel "well-charged". Rather poor value for money.
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