We went on a Sunday for lunch and the place was packed which made us optimistic about it. They sat us at the bar, which we didn't mind. Were we in for unpleasant surprises... Sitting near food prepping stations makes you notice things a restaurant would probably like to keep behind closed doors.
First, our bartender/waiter was very sick, constantly coughing and blowing his nose. Only once did he stop to rinse (not even close to a wash) his hands in the bar sink. He was handling money, wiping down silverware with a rag which I doubt was clean, cutting bread, preparing deserts and drinks with his bare hands, etc.
Second, one of our forks had food leftovers but we chose not to have it changed after we saw how they were handling the "clean ones". We ended up sharing a fork.
Third, we thought the food was not worthy of the high reviews the restaurant had on Trip Advisor. We ordered the leek soup with bread (hand sliced by our famous bartender) and the Chicken Slices as a main course. We shared both items.