We came here for the DineLA special, which provided a three-course meal for $34. I had the lobster bisque for the first course, while my friend had the wild mushroom spring roll. Both were average. We both had the petite filet for the main course, which were tasty and properly cooked but, alas, petite. The sides were also small in portion (two asparagus stalks, for example). Only the desserts lived up to expectation. The chocolate raspberry truffle cake was appropriately rich, while the tiramisu appropriately light and delicate. We also both had a glass of wine (a pinot noir and a merlot) that were pretty flavorful ($11/glass). Overall, the value still wasn't there, even with the special. The biggest disappointment was the bread, which was dried out enough to make me suspect it to be day-old. Decor was adequate; service was cold but professional. They claimed to be out of steak knives for some reason. (How do you run out of utensils?) Also, there was a plate with a half-eaten roll at our table when we arrived, which stayed there for about 15 min. Yet another disappointment on a Friday night, when you expect a restaurant to be at its best. I recommend you look elsewhere for fine dining and/or good food.