This is a fairly new restaurant that opened up above Angelina’s. I wanted to try it as I read that they used fresh local produce, meats, etc. Service was friendly, quick and efficient. I had for an appetizer the sesame mashed potato spring rolls which were tasty with use of the scallion soy dipping sauce. I had the Korean BBQ pork and beans which consisted of two good sized, thin pieces of pork with BBQ sauce served over white rice along with a small 3 bean salad and fennel slaw. Initially the pork did not seem that spicy, but the more I ate the more I could taste the heat! The rice and the other sides were just right to tone it down. For desert I had the chocolate mousse brulee which was a chocolate lover’s dream come true! My only complaint about that was it could have been just a tad warmer.
I finished absolutely everything and could tell that it was all made from fresh ingredients. I will go back, but probably not too often as the menu is somewhat restrictive for me because of a food allergy and the fact that I don’t like things too hot/spicy. Everything I described above I would definitly order again, and there is a chicken dish on the menu that I intend to try next time.
I do not recall specific prices, but I thought the prices were reasonable and comparative to other area restaurants.