Four of us had lunch here: two omnivores, two vegetarians.
The server appeared interested and attentive but he did not come through with the details even though he had time: the place was empty. He should have noted that our guests had much more of the marrow appetizer left but no more toast points. He did not offer any more and much of the dish was left on the plate. He also did not offer cream with the two coffees ordered, an oversight for a place that has at its root an appreciation for details and subtlety.
The omnivores enjoyed the roasted marrow and chicken with donuts very much. The problem was the menu didn't indicate the chicken was wings and our guest was surprised and a bit disappointed. But he adored the seasoning and the savory cheesy donut.
One meatless dish, the pizza with egg, was bland and disappointing. No offer of salt for the egg, no herbs or seasoning apparent in the sauce. In the end a third of it was left behind. Not usual for my husband who is not a fussy eater.
The veg burger was ok. There was just one rather heavy yeasty taste. Each bite was the same and it became less appealing with each bite. My hungry husband ate the other half preferring that to his pizza.
Surprisingly, though rooted in fine meatless cooking, the meat dishes fared the best in our experience. But with so many good options for vegetarians in town, we vegetarians will not be back.