We celebrated our anniversary here on a Monday night. The bar was busy at 6:00 pm, and most tables in the bar were taken at that time. We chose to dine in the main restaurant which has about 20 or so tables. Other posts have remarked on how close the tables are, and I would have to agree. Fortunately, the staff did a good job of spacing out diners so we weren't seated next to anyone the entire time.
The wait staff was efficient and knowledgeable - we were well attended the entire time without feeling rushed. If you look the menu up online you'll see a great variety of really innovative starters and main courses. Many had ingredients I'd never heard of or tried before (black radishes in the salad, for example). We tried the caesar salad (big anchovies!), farmer's market salad (pomegranate seeds, cucumber, hazelnuts and the radishes), the chile relleno, and the Hawaiian catch (ono with udon noodles and mushrooms). If you like traditional chile relleno, this one is not for you. the waiter said it was their vegan dish. It is a whole baked poblano pepper stuffed with the spiciest wild rice mixture ever. The spice wasn't so much hot, just weird-tasting. The ono with udon noodles was good, however, with a generous portion size (enough to take home for lunch the next day).
Dessert was creme brulee with a thick sugary crust (excellent!), and an almond baklava with vanilla-rose ice cream and honeyed orange slices. Again, if you like traditional baklava this one will not be as expected. It was more like a pastry crust with crushed almonds in the middle and a crumb topping. Everything was beautifully presented, and all things considered, a delightful meal for our anniversary celebration. The staff also went out their way to wish us a happy anniversary. If you are an adventurous eater, you'll enjoy your visit. If not, you will still find something you'll recognize and be happy with.
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