The restaurant itself looks fine, very trendy and modern. Lots of glass, chrome, and black leather. The windows open out to the sidewalk, which is very nice during the summer. There is outdoor seating, and they have heat lamps out there when it gets chilly. Service is generally prompt and polite. Crowd is trendy Rittenhouse, both young and old. The food is what makes this place only "good." The menu is very intriguing and seems to offer many nice possibilities, but ends up disappointing. The duck was chewy, the beef noodles only average, other dishes failed to inspire. Corresponding prices were just not worth it. I hear they have great drinks (we just had beer and wine, which were fine) at the bar. I'd stick to this place for appetizers (which were generally good), drinks, and a lively atmosphere.