Couldn't get in one evening without a reservation, but came back a few days later for lunch--no problem, glad I did. This tiny, lovely, old world restaurant is truly a find. Off the beaten path, in a gorgeous corner of Brooklyn Heights, the feel is more English pub than NY restaurant. The food is great as well. I had the stuffed Zucchini accompanied by salad and a glass of pinot griggio--a perfect lunch. Service was slow, but when you see the small open kitchen, you'll understand why. Well worth the treck, especially combined with a visit to the new Brooklyn Bridge Park nearby.