The food and setting are fine, but they use little styrofoam cups and plastic spoons for serving their various sauces, desserts, and soups in, which blows an otherwise decent experience. When I put soup in a porcelain mug, the waiter brusquely told me that I could only use the styrofoam cup. Why they would blow their ambience and image with styrofoam makes me wonder what other compromises they do which aren't as obvious. If they get rid of the styrofoam, I'd be glad to recommend this restaurant. Heck, it's even located close to the bay which adds to its ambience.