Scallop/crab cake appetizer featured light and crispy exterior/melty gooey interior accompanied by a bland but pleasant lemon 'vinaigrette' (more like a cream) indifferent pickled seaweed/cucumber salad. Bizarre monkfish/seafood sausage/purple potato puree with saffron sauce main course. Floured-and-fried monkfish was dry, potato was lumpy and bland, garlicky spinach far too salty, gloppy saffron sauce strangely cinnamony and pumpkiny. Eeew. Seafood sausage was nice, if no match for what's served a block away at Chanterelle. Baked peach ok, but uncompelling, and the 'white chocolate mousse' that accompanied it was neither a mousse, nor did it contain much white chocolate. Decor needs improvement. Cheap chairs/tables, 'clothpapery' napkins w/phone number of the napkin company printed on in red, torn leather banquettes and murky water in the otherwise lovely flower arrangements. Waiter was helpful and prompt in bringing items out, but tap water never materialized. An interesting lunch, but not one I'll be repeating soon.
Pros: Great service, Lovely flowers, Interesting menu
Cons: Unpolished decor, Unremarkable food, Rough around the edge