Ate there last night. Crowded and loud but in a good way. Lucked out and got a nice corner table in the back so wife and I both had a booth type bench seat. Good people watching. Rolls were amazing as others have noted, I did eat 4 of them partially because the plates were fairly small. Every dish was very elegant though. Swordfish pastrami was delectable and the mustard gelato was indeed unique. Lamb belly was great as well. Had the little gems salad which was fine but pretty pedestrian by standards of the other dishes. Main courses were best of all. I had the cobia which was perfectly prepared with some tasty sauteed escarole. My wife out ordered me badly though with the duck which was in her words, "Exactly what I am hoping for when I order duck and what I am imagining when it disappoints me." I tried it and it was ridiculously good; for me duck can be hit or miss and seems to be easy to "fowl" up but this was perfect. Earlier reviews criticizing the duck had a very different experience than we did. Service was good and attentive despite the crowd.
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