The poise and etiquette by the staff was extremely refreshing. Cozy, tables aren't on top of each other trying to cram in as many people as possible. They DO enforce quiet via shushing and tabletoppers asking people to keep any conversation to a low din, which is something I wish Cliff Bells was able to do. The food is good though I thought some dishes needed some more flavor. Also I know it is not open late however I wish after the last set they didn't raise the lights to an instant blinding, brilliance... I find it tends to kill some of the mood that was created. Absolutely recommended.