Met someone there for a business brunch. We ordered breakfast, and I must say it was terrific food: eggs plus sausage and French toast. Outstanding, really. But I am not sure about the order first, find a table later, bus your table thing. The feeling was more food co-op than restaurant, and I don't mean that in a good way, Comrade. At ten bucks a plate for breakfast, I would like a level of service a bit more elevated.