Expect a wait and for it to be crowded. Everyone sits on bar stools, elbows jostling. However, any mild discomfort is well worth it. As it happens, four of us did not have to wait at all at 7 pm on a Sunday evening. Everything was delicious. Well cooked and innovative combinations. We had smoked eggplant, lamb tartar with tofu crisps, slow-cooked ribs dumplings, pork belly bar, Sichuan chicken bar, fried chicken bar, truffle fries with diakon and dace and salted caramel ice-cream. Drinks selection is limited but good enough, as the food is the main event. Three very young chefs cook right in front of the bar table, so go for a bar seat if you can. Staff are a little quiet, but probably tired on Sunday. In any event, they charmed my 5 year old son, so don't be put off if you have a young one in tow. He loved the pork belly bao and the slow-cooked ribs dumplings. Terrific!
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