We ate early (5:45) on a Sunday evening in August, and the joint was jumping. We entered to a very lively bar scene, and dined in the huge open space, which provided lots of visual stimuli, including the wood-fired oven, the open kitchen and the walk-in produce cooler. The wide-open space and high ceiling kept the noise level very tolerable. There's also a much-more intimate room for those who prefer that experience.
Their famous wood-fired mussels were good, but didn't blow me away. The rabbit, however, was fabulous. Our waitress was excellent. Beyond friendly, she was extremely competent. When we asked about the dairy content of one dish, she checked with the kitchen. A bit later, she steered us away from a dish with the advice that it contained creme fraiche.
As you'd expect, excellent food and ambiance don't come cheap, but we've paid more for meals that didn't approach this one.