I came here with my husband and a large group. They split us up into different tables (which was expected) but then they moved me and my husband into a corner next to the door, completely away from our group. This defeated the whole purpose of eating out with my colleagues and I would have much rather picked a different restaurant... at least somewhere with adequate heating.
The service was ok, nothing extraordinary. The food was awesome, but you'll have to ignore the smell of some dishes. I'm guessing (hoping) it was just the seasoning they used. I think in a different situation this place would have been great, but being so far removed from my party and next to a cold, drafting door kind of ruined it for me. Lastly, skip the dessert menu. I had the creme brulee and my husband had the brownie, both were only adequate.. It'd be cheaper to go elsewhere for something sweet.
For others with celiac disease - I'm very sensitive to gluten and I managed to not get sick, so I would try it. When asked about gluten-free suggestions, their solution was to just take the sauce off of everything, so I ordered something they couldn't take the seasoning off of and it turned out fine. (I'm really not a fan of plain slabs of meat for over $15.) However, they were willing to accommodate or change things as needed. I had the rack of lamb as my entree, which is 3 pieces of lamb on the bone and vegetables. It did come in a sauce, so make sure you tell the server you're gluten free so they don't add soy sauce.