I've eaten here several times and the food is always good. The concept is clever and simple: no choices, just 5-6 courses consisting of two small amuse-gueule style dishes each. The courtyard seating is nice too - so far, so good.
However, the kitchen is evidently not capable of managing the flow of dishes, even though the menu is so streamlined. Twice now we've booked relatively early (7 p.m.) in hopes of being able to complete our meal before it got too late and the courtyard closed. Both times, we failed. Most recently, while the first three courses arrived too quickly for us even to finish one before the next was deposited at our table, service got progressively slower and we waited an hour for the dessert course. After 45 minutes we inquired and were assured it would be out in "6 or 7 minutes". Ten minutes later, we were advised that we'd have to move to the crowded and noisy inside room (the courtyard closes at 10 p.m.) to have our dessert, which would be "coming in five minutes or so". We asked for the check and left instead.
I won't be going back until they get their service sorted out.
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