A friend brought me here as her guest, she had eaten here several times and she always enjoyed it. Having passed it as a pedestrian I was familiar with the restaurant's name but I had never been inside, but it always looked interesting (and busy!). It is a fairly small place, with tables and seats at the bar, dimly lit and with limited floor space. We sat at the bar. They have an impressive selection of spirits and specialize in classic cocktails; I had one that featured violet liqueur. For starters, we had baked oysters and a savory tart; both were outstanding, flavorful and generously portioned for sharing. For main course, we each had the pan seared chicken which was accompanied with sugar snap peas. The chicken was juicy and cooked to perfection, with wonderful sauce.
My friend chose ice coconut ice cream for dessert, which she enjoyed; I chose the profiteroles. The dessert, while enormous, was a little strange; the pastry was completely unsweetened, which surprised me, and was a little like eating a bread and ice cream sandwich. Still, I can't say that I did not thoroughly enjoy this restaurant and this meal. I look forward to visiting again.