We took equally "mature" friends here and are not the target market...the four of us had a hard time yelling over the clanking kitchen and the loud music. However, I thought the food was worth it and would go again. The dishes were brilliant! Lots of complex flavors running around each dish, but they "worked". My heirloom tomato with burrata can be a pallid dish normally, but this was lively and delicious. The barramundi was crispy outside but moist and flaky inside and similarly flavor-surrounded. Bread excellent. My companions were not as enthusiastic about their chicken and pork, but pronounced them very good and enjoyed the meal. The neighborhood is "gritty", but the trip was worth it. Just ask for a quiet table.
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