This new restaurant run by two sisters originally from Vermont shows a lot of originality in its cooking. We started out with a beet salad, onion soup, and a Cesar salad. All were delicious. I particularly liked the big chunks of beets mixed with pomegranates and goat cheese. The onion soup was salty, but that is because of the cheese topping. The mains of a seafood Angel pasta on a Tom Yum base was also well done with the pasta cooked perfectly- not an easy job given the fine ness of the pasta. Excellent home made desserts of a raspberry sorbet and a gluten free flour less chocolate cake. I highly recommend this restaurant- I am astounded by the overall excellence given that there is a single chef in the back preparing all. The decor is funky and humorous. Definitely worth a visit even if it is just for the warm welcome,
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