After my second visit, I've determined that my first visit wasn't a fluke. The menu is a very interesting read, but the delivery, both in terms of food and service fails. On my first visit, I ordered some variant of Eggs Benedict. On the menu, their twist on the standard sounded interesting. I've since forgotten what that twist was, but I didn't forget the service. My food came out cool-to-cold. I sent it back and it returned after it was zapped or baked into leather. The manager(?) who literally dropped the plate off, did so, so quickly, that his muttered apology was over his shoulder as he was trotting away.
I gave them another try to be fair. This time wasn't much different except they were not busy. The food was hot, but generally not interesting, and certainly not worth the service. I ordered a couple of appetizers as a meal - the soup sampler and the Thai beef skewers. The soup sampler was 'nice', but not great. I got 3 dollops of soups - Thai Chicken Noodle (good), black bean (average) and tomato (bland). I'm not one generally to be critical of potions, but in this case I make an exception. I didn't expect to get full servings, but for paying twice the price of a cup of soup, I would expect to get at least a cup's worth. The soup was the highlight of the visit. The Thai beef skewers were very unremarkable and the "Spicy peanut dipping sauce" was only half right. It did have peanuts. But any relation to spice was lost.
The service was poor again. Very pleasant, but sorely lacking. After asking for more time before ordering a desert, I never saw my waitress again. So I didn't order more, nor get more coffee, nor even the check until I got up and chased it down. I commented on it to the waitress and she just shrugged it off.
As the other review stated, there is fair amount of bafflingly buzz for this place. One friend said they were better before 'the move' to new digs. That may be so, but I can't see going there now.
Pros: Interesting decor
Cons: Food, Service