I agree with the other reviews--a delicious array of tastes--sweet, sour, creamy, salty, and smoky. We shared the burrata and tuna tapenade (I'm still not sure why three pieces of toast were served for two diners), the fennel ganoush, and the octopus. However, it's not the kind of place I'd put in regular rotation--too specialized, too many flavors, and although it's warm and cozy, you'll leave smelling like whatever has been cooked on the grill.
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