The restaurant is intimate but not crowded, furnished with dark-wood tables, and pale, wood-trimmed walls. We were greeted graciously the moment we entered. My friend and I shared three small plates and one entree between us. The small plates we had included the roasted marrow bone which was subtle and delicious, the Alaskan spot prawns with pasta and mushroom which was a savory delight, and a small salad. For the entree, we enjoyed the King Salmon. Split between the two of us, this was a well-proportioned meal and also a satisfying way to sample a broad swath of an eclectic and intriguing menu. All in all it was a terrific experience and I will be recommending it to friends. I also hope to return again sometime soon.