Great tapas style menu with the chef's unique take. The menu is broken into smaller plates and larger plates, but the terms seemed flexible. Some of the "small" plates were generous portions, on par with the larger plates. I was dining alone, severely limiting my choices when the concept is to share everything. The server deftly guided me through the menu and provided good advice on appropriate choices.
The furnishings are sparse, more appropriate to a cafe shop than a dining destination. I'm not sure how comfortable the chairs would be if you were there for a long evening of eating and drinking. It is also a very open room. That creates buzz, but is not relaxing.
I loved the food but if you're not adventurous this might not be the place for you. I suggest relying on the server for advice if you're unsure.
The wine list is modest, but the selections suit the style of the restaurant, and are reasonably priced.
It would be a great place for a fun night out with friends who are open to trying different foods. It might be okay for a first date but it's not the place for a quiet, romantic dinner. Unless you're very familiar with your clients, it is also probably not the best place for a business dinner, given the noise factor and the sharing concept.
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