I found the food to be okay, but nothing compared to their other restaurants like Long Point Grill or Uno Mas. Granted, the types of dishes served are different; it's really the quality that I'm referring to. On the day in question, I ordered a salmon BLT. While the salmon was cooked as requested, the dish as a whole was rather bland and the bread it was served on was stale which is surprising since I was under the impression all their baked goods came from their other ""restaurant"" Village Bakery. The atmosphere was dull and uninspiring. Even with full sunlight outside, the place was dark and depressing not to mention noisy considering how small it is inside. The tacky decor is a throwback to the 80's with pastel pinstripes and a bizarre narrow mirror running around the entire length of the dining room. I have friends who rave about the place, but for all the great dining in Mt. P. I probably wouldn?t ever dine there again.