This is one of the best finds in Hell's Kitchen. It is small, and gets very busy. Get there early, or try booking a table.
The place is new and the team are still finding their feet, but there is such great potential. The welcome was warm, the menu enticing, and the food excellent.
Try the Brussels sprout Caesar salad as a starter. Steaks are cooked well, burger well presented, fries are moorish, and the sharing chicken perfect, although could do with a little more kale salad under it.
We didn't have room for dessert, but liked it so much went back two days in a row. The wine list is mainly local, and there is a decent Malbec.
Go, but don't let the secret out to too many people!