I came here for dinner early enough to avoid a crowd. The few other diners were spread around the main dining area so that every occupied table had privacy. The tables were of new wood with high-back, cushioned seating that was comfortable, and the tables were not jammed together. The interior done in dark wood with stone accent. Colorful paintings on the walls. Background music of pop tunes, the volume low enough to be enjoyable rather than annoying. Soft lighting. A covered lit candle on each table. Very classy. And with a touch of romance. Too bad I was dining alone.
I ordered the Chicken Paillard: "sautéed chicken breast, angel hair pasta, brown butter sauce, topped with arugula, sun dried tomatoes and roasted red pepper tapenade." The chicken was cooked just right and was delicious. But the portion was small. The pasta was bland. Though cooked properly, it lacked flavor. I didn't taste any butter sauce. The pasta needed, say, butter and/or lemon and/or white wine. The arugula was totally out of place sitting atop the chicken. It wasn't tasty and sure didn't blend in with the chicken or pasta. If anything, it should have been like a side salad, which is how I treated it, eating it separately.
Because of the paucity of chicken, I was still hungry. I ordered the Chicken Tortilla Soup. It was very tasty and with a nice hot-spice bite that lingered. But there wasn't much chicken.
All in all a nice dining experience despite chicken apparently being an endangered species here.