It could be hard to live up to the hype, but the food here did. Come early; it was packed even on a Tuesday. The food is very inventive without being cutesy. The dishes are a little more generous than standard tapas, but not so big that you can't try several things. Very interesting combinations of flavors, and all expertly executed. Good vegetarian options. For a trendy place, prices were quite reasonable, too. The only bad things are the crowds, if you're waiting, and the complete lack of fabric or sound-absorbing surfaces. It's all hard metal, glass, or plastic, and is extremely noisy.