A group dinner on a Wednesday night and the place was packed. It was noisy at first and we had a hard time hearing but that seemed to be the fault of one very loud group ... when they left it was much easier to carry out a conversation. I had the assiette of baby beets with goat cheese and cara oranges for an appetizer. It was disappointing. There were a few small pieces of beet, I had anticipated them being featured in the dish due to the explanation provided in the dish explanation. Finishing salt was used with a heavy hard and the salt overpowered the delicate flavors. The whole roasted bronzino with jumbo lump crab was not disappointing. The flavors were perfectly balanced with Yukon Gold mashed potatoes as the base. Don't let the term "whole" frighten you -- this is actually a headless piece of fish (tail in tact) that has all bones removed, the two halves are then placed back together before serving. Our large group received efficient and attentive service.
NOTE: It was difficult to get a cab when we were ready to leave. This is not a high-traffic cab area and we walked to a nearby hotel to catch a cab.
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