My third visit to this restaurant and I loved it as much as ever. Reading some recent reviews, certainly avoid Ten Tables if things like ice in your water or size of portion are criteria for judging a meal. But if you like creative, perfectly flavored food with as much thought given to texture as taste, freshness as appearance, this should be a destination for you. I had the chacaca cocktail, the boudin blanc, and the bluefish, all of which were wonderful, not exactly sure how they got the crunch in the bluefish, but it was terrific. Both the pork and the plank steak were also equally admired. The service, while discreet, is attentive, nobody's asking you every five minutes if your food is delicious, they seem to know that it must be. I love the quiet self-assurance of this place, and I would recommend it to anyone who loves small foodie-orientated restaurants. It was absolutely full on a Monday night, so I'm obviously not alone in my admiration of Ten Tables.