We didn't get off to a good start here when we discovered upon arrival that our reservation had been recorded for an hour later than we had agreed on the phone. But they rallied and gave us a larger table - excellent service recovery. Then we looked at our menus and there were no vegetarian entrees - and I distinctly recalled seeing a vegetarian option when I checked their web site. (Later I discovered that the first menu on the web site, with the vegetarian option, is for Restaurant Week - the regular menu is lower down on the page and I missed it.) But my vegetarian wife was able to piece together a meal with plenty of food from the tapas menu. She had a green salad, mushrooms al Ajillo, and a Mooncussers Tart with fresh asparagus substituted for the coppa. She pronounced all as delicious. I had a daily special sea bass, which was perfectly cooked and had a very nice presentation. The wine list is brief but well-selected, and we enjoyed the Frog's Leap Sauvignon Blanc with all our food. Service was efficient and polite, and there was live music. The noise level was fairly high, but we were able to converse without a problem. The noise level pretty much drowned out the live music, though. Overall, a very pleasant experience. Definitely recommended.
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