Cool-looking, happening place. Waiter was very helpful as we chose our dishes, even talking us down to two small plates and one large (with veggie side). My wife's small plate ("something with beet hummus and chickpeas" - we forget the name) was good, but a little small, and placed in a bowl that made it hard to eat. My smoked trout appetizer was fantastic, with a lot of very delicious trout and citrus.The broccoli side was really good. Our main, the pork chop, was tasty, with delicious veggies and herbed butter on it, but was less done than we're accustomed to. This may be because we're Canadian. I'm sure the meat was cooked within safety tolerances, but it was an unusual experience for us, although it did make for a very juicy piece of meat.
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