My friend heard a review of the place on NPR and suggested we go there. It's an unpretentious place that reminded me a great deal of the hole-in-the-wall restaurants you used to find in New Orleans that provided some of the best food you ever put in your mouth. This place delivers in spades. My friend and I shared the Mushroom Manchego Toast appetizer on the recommendation of our waiter. It didn't sound to appetizing to me but the waiter insisted it was their number one seller. I now know why. It's unbelievable. My friend had the Gumbo Yumbo and I had a taste. I've had pseudo gumbos before in Fort Lauderdale, but this is the real deal. The dish was a deep chocolate brown like the real gumbos of Louisiana. I had the In-Fin-ity which was the fish of the day (Yellowtail) with braised bok chou, oyster mushrooms and jasmine rice and blood orange soy butter. The last time I had yellowtail this good was 20 years ago in Key West.
The co-owner/chef Mike Hampton heard from the waiter that we heard about the restaurant that day on NPR and he came over to talk. What a nice guy. His wife is the other co-owner/chef and both were in the kitchen. You need to go try this place.