Yes, this is a beautiful place and a nice successor to No Nine (I know long gone now but still missed). The place was packed when we went for dinner and prices for a prix fixe were reasonable, though the mark-up for some of the pricier items would have been nice to know about beforehand. Just like some of the previous reviewers,the seat by the door is very uncomfortable, though the staff does everything in their power to minimize the effects by keeping curtains closed, but it's an uphill battle when customers hold the door open for minutes without concern about the effects on the temperature inside.
In any event, the main attraction is of course the food and that was very good. The mushroom soup was excellent, though it was hard to tell what mushrooms were actually in there as the truffle oil sort of took over. The beef with horseradish was quite good, but I actually would have preferred a better distribution of the horseradish. Big blobs of it had managed to get amongst the vegetables and that made for a few coughing fits (the lighting is nice and cozy, but it makes it harder to tell some things apart). I actually prefer beef in a horseradish creme fraiche sauce, but other than the uneven/hidden distribution of the horseradish this was a nice variation. The meat was definitely very tender and cut with the fork very easily just the way it's supposed to be. The vegetables and mashed potatoes were very good as well. Unfortunately, by the time dessert came around, I was already pretty full. The pineapple and coconut ice cream made for a nice combination. If the pineapple would have been a bit more caramelized and the coconut ice cream a bit less sweet it would have been excellent. The ice cream ended up on my husband's white bread pudding which needed a bit more sauce. Overall, a very enjoyable meal, with great service. The food just fell a bit short of an excellent rating.