The food here was awesome. I had the 3-course meal ($32). I started off with a cream of artichoke soup. Didn't love that too much (but it was well-made, I just didn't like the flavor). My entree was the brick-cooked chicken and that was some of the best chicken I've had in a LONG time. For dessert I had the chocolate mousse. It was very rich, dark chocolate. I prefer something creamier.
Now the service: this place is new so they are still working out the rough edges. The food took forever (almost 1 hour before we got our entrees) and they did not have enough chicken to cover our orders. They did offer us a free entree and dessert to make up for it though and they were very apologetic. The staff was very nice throughout it all and they even gave us 20% off our total bill. Once they figure out all the kinks, I think they will do a much better job.
The one thing I found strange and slightly annoying was their need to clear all the silverware & plates between courses. Seemed wasteful since I didn't use my knife and fork!