The food was good, and made with fresh ingredients. The fresh made lemonade was also very good. The quality of food and drinks justifies the prices (which are 25-30% higher than the average in the area).
My overall rate is 3,5.
My partner liked it but personally I did not like:
- the recipe of my Chicken Salad (3 thin slices of chicken), which had caramelized nuts (kind of the Italian torrone): a little peculiar, if not awkward (I'm Italian)
- the "collage" of the place itself: some kind of Italian touch (menu, names of the dishes) but with the US format of the post-industrial loft + music (too loud for lunch time) from the American '30s.
Foodwise, a place with great potential...
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