If you like a restaurant with a lively, youthful vibe this is a good choice. It's a big place but very popular so a reservation seems prudent. (We were a party of two without but they were able to seat us.) There's also seating around the large bar where you can watch TV if that takes your fancy.
We stuck to the small plates although they offer regular entrees as well. The tuna wraps were spicier than we'd expected and the Korean shortribs, while very tasty, could have been warmer. Service was prompt and friendly. Prices seemed fair for the quality and quantity. Overall, a good meal in a lively yet upscale restaurant.
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