Ate there on Oct 6th 2012. All the containers containing the extra virgin olive oil on the tables were showing a yellow color which is the color of pure olive oil. Extra olive oil is meant to eat and pure olive oil (much cheaper) is meant to cook with. The waiter assured me that it was extra virgin olive oil on the table.
Smell test: my oil on the table had no smell, contrary to extra virgin olive oil. The waiter again assured me that he had filled all the containers on the tables himself and that it is extra virgin olive oil. I asked him to go get that container of extra virgin olive oil and an shot glass. IT WAS GREEN. I said: "this is extra virgin" and I did show him the difference of color and smell. HE WAS CUT LYING.
I will never go back to that restaurant. That is an insult to our intelligence. Besides, the food was mediocre.
If you go, look at the color of the oil on the tables: it should NOT be yellow.