I was debating between 3 and 4 star's for this restaurant, and settled on 3. We came here for lunch twice. The place is very busy and a reservation is recommended. During particularly busy times, the service can be very slow. The decor is nice, and some people might enjoy the view. Personally, I felt like I was in fact eating in a train station. The food itself is pretty good. The beet tartare is quite tasty. The tuna tartare is a bit too spicy, but has very good consistency. The crab ravioli are above average, but I don't recommend the parpadelle. The prices are fairly high, and you could certainly get better food for the money, but you may want to try this place for the experience.