The atmosphere was of a very small restaurant that packs the people in. Reminds me of a hole in the wall in NY, but I kind of like that. Not a lot of room when you are waiting, but you do not feel too crowded at dinner.
Service was slow, especially for the drink orders. Food was reasonabley priced (mid 20's average). Everyone's food tased really good but the presentation was a bit lacking. The tenderloin and salmon entre's were small, but the flavor was definitely there.
Overall, the food lacked a bit of inspiration but was good. Not a place I would be in a hurry to return to, but it is worth a try for first timers.
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