The architecture is interesting, the location is pleasantly odd and the food is internationally delicious. I love fusion applications to classic international food. I liked the light fluffy croquettes -- not heavy at all and the spicing was enough to tickle the tastebuds. I ate an interesting application of Thai curried shrimp. ( I had forgotten that i was going to order portuguese fish cakes. )Someone else at the table ate gumbo and she liked it. The third guest filled up on Indian fusion food. We took food home and ordered blueberry cobbler a la mode. The cobbler was delightfully heavy on cinnamon, the ice cream popped with vanilla. We also shared a coconut tres leches cake. The coconut was toasty and the cake was flavorful. The decaf coffee was dark and flavorful. The house wine was a Malbec based red - a little too light for my palate. The winter could have been a little more attentive. 4/5 points and I will be back.
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