Nice ambiance and a gorgeous and helpful staff. The chef is amazing; one of those culinary genius types who create new combinations with fresh and beautiful food. The whole concept of African asian fusion is unique in itself, and may sound strange, but trust me, it works! My sis and I shared an heirloom beet appetizer with small roasted beets that were orange and gold, on rocket lettuce with a spiced tofu dressing, and oxtail dumplings, which were in a delicate saffron curry broth. Delicious! My entree was a pan seared "jerk" sea bass on a pile of grain, an African quinoa with pieces of okra and tomatoes. I like spicy, and they brought a compote of extra jerk sauce. Very yummy. My sis had a duck confit in a pile of rice fettuccine-shape noodles with a lovely coconut curry sauce. For dessert excellent coffee with a very interesting version of pumpkin pie; I took a photo of it...it was rather like a rich pumpkin gelatin, with toasted marshmallow on top, and toasted marshmallow ice cream, too. Also fresh cranberries on the side. I really like the chef. We had a hell ova time catching a cab after dinner, though. The hostess was not very helpful in that department, even though it was fairly early in the evening and quiet in the restaurant. if you are a foodie, I highly recommend this place. We had a concert at St John's afterwards, which is pretty close.