It's unfortuate that ""Chef Philippe"" is also the owner. If he wasn't, management might be able to tone down his outrageous outbursts, and put him in his place. Several times during our breakfast, we were jolted by his screaming and cursing at the servers in the back. The wall between the kitchen and dining room is terribly thin, exposing customers to the full brunt of this disturbed man. Dishes could be heard being thrown around, and I had to cover my daughter's ears from the expletive-ridden shouts. I truly felt bad for the servers, one busser came out looking like he was going to cry. The food is good, and the chef is all too aware of this. Prima Donna is an accurate term, and the experience suffers greatly for it. Such a shame. I gave it another shot for dinner, but the second time fared no better. It was in the middle of dinner, with a packed dining room, and he still couldn't control himself. It's truly unbelievable, and completely inappropriate for a restaurant of this supposed caliber. I waited tables in college, and don't know how his staff deals with it. I won't be back, it doesn't matter how good the food is, I won't pay to boost some jerk's ego.