BYOB but still an expensive dinner for two. If you expect to walk away satisfied be sure to bring enough cash as they don't take cc or checks.
They used to have a pretty varied menu. We ate our fill at time from their tapas menu. Now it's upgraded to small, pricey appetizers and rich, not enough to split, pricey entrees. The worst part is that the entire menu seems to lean towards sweet. Dinner salads are half fruit, spring rolls come with a jam like sauce rather than a tart gingery sauce to offset the rich crust and meaty filling. We were also a little surprised that neither the chef or the owners caught the rancidity factor in the nut crust they used on the fish. Most people are used to rancid fats as they are so common, but one would expect a chef to be on top of that sort of thing. Overall they try, and for the niche they serve, those who like rich food and can afford the price, it's a fine place. But don't expect a necessarily heart healthy meal.
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