I read or heard that this restaurant was opened by the same people who opened Cafe Beajolais in Eagle Rock, so I was anxious to try it. We happened to go on a Thursday night, which is also the day that So. Pasadena has their Farmer's Market. We parked quite a few blocks away, which actually turned out to be a good thing. Inside the restaurant, there weren't many diners. I think most people liked sitting outside. The waiters were friendly, but seemed a little unpolished. I started with one of their special procuitto salads. This was really great and big enough for an entree. I wish the waiter explained how big it was. My husband had a salad that came with goat cheese on toast rounds. Both of the salads were very good. For the entree, I had the special black cod served with baby bok choy. The vegetables were overcooked and mushy. The fish was OK, but the sauce was somewhat bland. My husband had the pork chop, which was a little dry. His vegetables were also overcooked and mushy. We didn't have any room for dessert. Maybe if you just have starters and skip the entrees, everything would be great. I'd give it another try and not order the pork chop or maybe not order an entree. I was a little disappointed.
Pros: Good salads
Cons: Overcooked, mushy vegetables