I must say, the only thing I enjoyed about this restaurant was the potato/ olive oil dip for the bread. We had to request another table because the first was too small. The waitress was not very knowledgable with the menu or even the concept of the cuisine. Considering there isn't a full liquor license the choice of beer is limited and if your choice is wine, plan to pour it yourself.
Plate portions are quite small and service during is non-exsistant. I think what really got me is that you actually have to go outside of the restaurant and use the public restrooms which wouldn't be so bad but there is this sign indicating the bathroom is straight ahead but you have no way of knowing it is located outside the restaurant.
Cons: service, no bathroom, liquor selection