A very different dining experience. Diners are seated in 3 rows, each elevated above the other, facing the chef in his kitchen work space. The chef prepares each of the courses in front of you, explaining what he is doing, and more importantly, why he is doing it that way. They have positioned a camera above the cooktop and a monitor to the right side. This made it very easy to view what was going on. However, it would have been even better to allow the camera to be able to swivel to view the food prep area, not just the cooktop.
Each course is pared with a different wine. The wines are all modestly priced and available for purchase in the small storefront where you walk in.
The menu changes periodically, and each course was very tasty. For instance, I do not like vegetables, but the summer vegetable soup was delicious and to my wife's and my amazement, I ate all of it.
Diners are provided with recipe's for each course, but some diners observed that what the chef did did not conform to the printed page. The chef acknowledged this. They should button that up.
The chef has a sense of humor and that makes the whole experience more enjoyable.
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