This place is very small and I didn't really think it had much of an atmosphere. But the food was quite good.
The items come out as "sharesies" (for lack of a better term). If you based value entirely on quantity you'll be sorely disappointed. But if you judge the food on creativeness and taste you should come away pleasantly surprised.
For the money, overall, I found it to be a little on the expensive side. We had 3 dishes, 2 soft drinks and the bill was about $56...$64 with tip.
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