The food was very good, even if the portions were small and prices inflated. The service was attentive- too attentive- and it felt like we were being pushed into ordering even more tapas plates, and before we left, we were given the hard sell on returning for Sunday brunch (a steep $20). The desserts were tempting, but not tempting enough to endure the lack of privacy from the hovering staff. I can see potentially returning with a girlfriend for catching up over dessert and coffee, but I don't think we'll make the brunch or be returning for dinner.
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