The menu is creative, and the food is quite good-- the unusual flavor combinations work. The atmosphere is a little odd-- full of the owner's art. The owner himself is the primary staff (not sure if he also cooks, but he served the tables while we were there). This would have been fine (perhaps even great!), but we were the only people in the restaurant and received allllll of his attention. We had a hard time carrying on our own conversation.
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