Reasonably good food if you're in the mood for something heavy (I had the scallops with mushrooms and asparagus and it managed to be drenched in oil and with some sort of high-fat base; my companions had the patty melt, which was a huge plate of fries plus a dripping-with-fat burger on rye bread (a Big Mac meal at McDonald's would have been about half the calories!). The dining room is kind of noisy. Service is good.Review Source:
My Wife and I dined here for the first time. We had high hopes after having great meals and drinks at Russell House and Grafton St. We were not at all disappointed. We felt it lived up to how it was advertised.
Our waiter was very helpful, offering recommendations (but not in any sort of over-zealous or annoying way). We took his hints and had a great meal. We had 2 cocktails and one craft beer, and all were unique and satisfying. The meal started with the bacon 3-way and crispy mussels. The bacon jalapeno poppers were our favorite of the 3-way and the mussels were lightly battered, very crispy, fresh and awesome.
Main course was the roaster porchetta and scallops. They were prepared very well and the sides were unexpected but interesting (in a good way). We then finished with a sorbet trio, which brought the meal to a wonderful end.
The whole time the staff was attentive and helpful. We look forward to going there again.