If you read their blog, they wanted to create a no bulls... restaurant and I think they succeeded perfectly. Very informal but professional service by young, tattooed waiting staff, food brought to the table by the chefs, West Coast hip hop soundtrack and industrial decor....all adds up to a special dining experience
We sat at the communal table 153 with 8 other people and were brought the tasting menu. Well executed, only 6 main courses so not tiresome, no trickery and theatre.....but solid, tasty, beautiful and well balanced food. Taking a break halfway through dinner to digest and stand outside by the woodfires was a nice touch too
A great experience without a single complaint
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