Really loved the exposed brick decor throughout and the view of Loring Park from out table. We each enjoyed different salads. Mine was the goat cheese that came as a warm gently crusted disk on the fresh leafy greens lightly dressed. A decent starter portion. The warm light, crispy bread made it hard to save room. My halibut was done well, not overcooked and very fresh served with a flavorful broth and diced veggies with just the right bite. The serving was also generous and fairly priced. My dining partners both enjoyed the miso, mirin chilean sea bass, apparently as restaurant favorite. We managed to have room for a shared dessert. The profiterole came with excellent ice cream and were chocolate (unusual) which may have explained the pastry being a bit more dense than I usually associate with this dish. Tastes however were great with a drizzle of chocolate as well. Nice wine list with bottles and by the glass selections well matched to the menu. Service was excellent till the end, when we would up waiting rather long for dessert to arrive. All in all, especially for an unusually busy Monday night for the staff, it was generally a success. Pleasant walk from the convention area as well but they will call you a cab if desired.