The place was about 60% full when at the time of our visit. I gave the food an average rating, because this site requires a rating, but since we didn't get to eat any of it... This is NOT about the food, which we never had a chance to try. It's a warning. Don't go there unless you have plenty of time, especially if it's more than half full. There were plenty of staff serving, and they were polite, but we misunderstood the warning that the waitress gave us: "Everything here is made fresh, all of the plates are pieces of art, and it comes out when it's ready", or words to that effect. I wasn't thinking about the implications of that statement particularly, but if I thought about it, I would suppose that it might buy them twenty minutes. Forty-five minutes after ordering and an unpleasant conversation with the bartender, we left. My companion was seated where the kitchen was visible, and observed to me after we left, that the single cook had obviously not done any mise en place (food prep ahead of time) at all. He pretty obviously started from scratch for every single order. Including cutting potatoes for the fries. This may or may not contribute to the quality of the food, although the method of doing basic prep ahead of time is good enough for restaurants with three Michelin stars... So, maybe it's great, but don't go in there for anything except a drink, unless you're not planning on doing anything else that evening, and you're not particularly hungry at the time you show up.