Currently closed for renovations, but I used to frequent the restaurant quite often. The food varied from delicious to inedible, depending on which chef was on duty. Standard diner fare, some decent pasta dishes, and OK fish dishes (though I was not too happy when one of my dining companions ordered the Brook Trout Almadine and it was served with the fish's head still attached). A small variety of soups but usually quite good. The regular waitstaff was friendly and competent though some of them were a little too friendly, fawning over certain tables and virtually ignoring others. All in all, a typical -- by no means extraordinary -- diner experience. I will NOT be returning to this restaurant after it reopens though, as soon after it closed I was walking down the street where the restaurant is located and saw that they had disposed of hundreds of credit card receipts, all intact and containing people's entire credit card numbers, by throwing piles of the receipts into the street. Needless to say, I checked my accounts for unusual activity and encouraged my friends who ate there to do so as well. Such carelessness with such incredibly delicate information is a deal-breaker in my opinion. If you're going to go to the Green Kitchen, I strongly suggest you pay cash.