Our first time, but a return for our two companions. The bistro atmosphere with wooden floors in a building with the high ceilings of what must have been a former warehouse left the place very noisy. The place was packed on a Thursday night and it was very difficult to speak to our companions across the table. The service was spotty; needed to grab a waiter to open our wine, another to get a wine bucket, a forgotten tea. We were there two hours, which was fine for us, but perhaps not for those with other plans after dinner. The food was quite good, steak, beef, fish and pork entrees were hearty and tasty. Don't bother getting the cheese sampler as the portions were tiny, about the size of my thumb and overpriced.
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