This restaurant is a swinging hip place to hang out. Unfortunately, the food was simply average. For appetizers, the chicken and beef satay were good. But the meat stuffed bread consisted of more bread than filling. It left a lot to be desired. Butter Indian chicken was skimpy and if you didn't order rice, you got none. Husbands pad Thai had good heat but there was more tofu in it and hardly any chicken. The only dish that had more than one flavor were the filet tips sautéed with onions and Brussels sprouts. Not cheap for the uneven portions.