Although my wife and I visited this restaurant on a chilly evening, it wasn't as frosty as the welcome. The restaurant was about 70% full and we visited on the chance of a table without a booking. We were told in no uncertain terms that we were very fortunate to be allowed in since their books were reporting a full house that evening.
There was no wait time. We sat close to the door and more people left than arrived meaning the occupancy dropped throughout the evening. Yet, I failed to feel 'fortunate'.
The service was attentive, however, on more than one occasion we needed to summon assistance. We also had to ask for the bill after the plates were cleared away and we indicated we had finished.
The food was well presented, hot and very tasty. I had the spring rolls and my wife the edamame. For mains we opted for salads which were brought with a very tasty dressing. Delicious.
There is a good selection of teas and the wines were available by the glass.
I would certainly go again, but, not incur the wrath of the maitre d' by booking first.